Liquid Gold Award - 2014
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
What's in a name? Amrut Fusion whisky is called whisky because it's produced in India. Were it from America it would be spelled Amrut Fusion whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Rich, barley, fruity. Big on citrus, spices, creamy sweetness. A hint of peat.
Palate: Oaky, rich, gentle peat, coffee, dark chocolate. Fruity.
Finish: Long, spiced, marmalade, sweetness.
a very good feeing of peat & oak its something different.........
31st January 2010
the packing is also different ,givs very gracy look..........
Nose: Dark sugar, spicy vanillas with a juicy bitterness in the background. Taste: Sweet ginger syrup on entry, burnt orange peel follows with warm spices. Finish is long and deep. The complexity here is engrossing and strange - a wonderful dram and definitely a must for any enthusiast.
8th April 2010
This one is great. I must say i like Amrut overall,but this one is probably the best of them all!
16th May 2010
Finally managed to sample this much-talked-about whisky. Very interesting fusion indeed. You'll feel more than a hint of peat really if your bar otherwise has Indian single malts. But great finish! Very difficult to find a bottle though.
25th December 2010
... and I must say that it was very pleasent indeed. It has a very strong flavour which is not to overyone's liking. If you don't like blow-your-socks-off Scotch single malts, then I don't think that you will be a big fan; from the tasting panel of my friends, the majority didn't like it - but I did! My preference in style is first and foremost, a decent XO Cognac (I know that's not whisky), followed peated scotch single malts - Irish, American, Canadian, and the lighter more floral Scotch single malts I don't really like. So this whisky fitted in with my preference in style. I just need to wait for it to come back into stock to order another bottle!
29th May 2011
Does not work for me at all
5th November 2011
This whisky has a remarkable - Fantastic nose. As good as any Scotch Whisky in it's class. Nutty and full of sweet dark sugar. On the palate is full on slightly peat blast, with a young spirit taste. Nothing offensive, actually great. The finish is long with heavy fruity overtones. All-in-all, a truly great single malt whisky. I recommend this to any good friend.
23rd February 2012
Am actually not a whisky person but Amrut Fusion has been a revelation. Finished a bottle in no time!! Highly recommended.
29th April 2012
I agree with the poster above about the Chemical taste. It doesn't make me think of whiskey at all. I don't know what to think.
25th April 2013
if some people pay off the "Biblical author(s)", as Fusion tastes like a lot of artificial flavors in some OK scotch
28th June 2013
Dear sir can I know the store where I can get amrut fusion single malt whiskey in Delhi or noida?
14th July 2013
All the nutty creaminess of any good Asian desert, one of the best mslts I've ever tried.
18th July 2013
Apparently due to the influence of Vijay Mallya(owner of the rival United Breweries, incidentally whose single malt offering absolutely SUCKS) countrywide, this excellent single malt is hardly available in the Indian market except in a few stores in Bangalore.
Nevertheless available quite freely all over the USA now.
5th August 2013
This is Talisker wrapped in mildly sweet, toasted cashew nuts and aromatic wood. Brilliant
9th August 2013
For my daily needs, Whyte & Mackay does just fine. Amrut Fusion for INR 2500 a bottle was a leap in taste for the price, finished the bottle 3 days from when bought. Was available at a local MRP outlet and well displayed.
15th August 2013
what a drink i had its awesome...no words the best one..i am proud to be a bangaloren..
7th October 2013
I have been a fan of Fusion and have been though 7 bottles. But I was extremely disappointed with the one I bought last week ( Price increased to Rs.2700/- here in Bangalore ) It was like a poor Indian whisky ! Not quite sure what went wrong. Our recommendations to friends will now stop !!
7th December 2013
I am a big fan of Japanese whiskies such as Karuizawa, Hibiki 21 and Yamazaki japanese oak which are all relatively expensive. For the price I think this is nearly as enjoyable and can only get better. Well worth a try?
11th December 2013