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Amrut Single Malt Whisky is created from Indian malted barley that is grown in Punjab and Rajasthan at the Northwestern border of India. Tasting this blind, you might easily take this for a good 10 Year Old Speyside whisky, which provest hat the Indian climate speeds up the maturing process.
The nose is very powerful with oak, milk chocolate, almonds, apricots and spices.
It’s light and fruity on the palate, with barley and coconut.
The finish is medium long with peppers and again the taste of the oak lingers.
This was the unpeated version, mind you, and available for around 30 EUR. Strangely enough, Amrut does NOT sell it’s whisky in India itself…?!