India and Scotland are very different in climate. Indeed, single malt in India matures much faster, and it is for this reason that we see no age statements; most expressions are only a few years old. But this is not to the whisky's detriment. The spirit loses as much as 12% abv per year due to the warmer climes, as opposed the 2% that the angel's take each year in Scotland. As with all single malt whisky, Indian single malt must be matured for a minimum of three years and a day in oak casks, and it is the produce of a single distillery, distilled from nothing other than water, yeast and malted barley. Indian single malt whiskies are known for their fruity, malty character.