Liquid Gold Award - 2014
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
What's in a name? Amrut Single Malt Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in India. Were it from America it would be spelled Amrut Single Malt Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Intense barley and grain, nutty, citrus, apricot.
Palate: Barley, honey develops with allspice, apricot, rum.
Finish: Apples, apricot, greengages, malt, fruit.
Overall: Very interesting, multifaceted.
Had some of this in a tasting set I got.. if I'm being honest (and naive) I wasn't expecting too much. It stands up any of the usual standard 10yr old expressions I've had. The best, no, not by a distance but more than good enough to make me think that getting hold of some more Amrut's will be really interesting
7th December 2013
Certainly not unpleasant, but otherwise slightly hollow and watery. While it has a "distinct" flavour, compared to other whiskies I've tried, this does not make it a standout. The bouquet is sweet, with a hint of sacrin. The opening is sugary, young fruits, hint of unripened banana. It fades to a subtle young oak finish. Overall, fairly simple.
14th August 2013
Sorry to say that this Amrut doesnt work for me at all. It tastes like old sour shoe. I do hope the other Amrut's are alot better than this one.
/Mike Sthlm Sweden
29th May 2013
It has a stronger, more complex taste than the fruity, banana-esque nose gives away.
26th February 2013