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A great peated offering from India's Amrut, "from the land of the Great Himalayas". Jim Murray speaks very highly of this, giving it 94 points. Rich and intense.
Nose: Sweet cure bacon, smoke, malt, sweet peat, touch of caramel.
Palate: Soooo fruity! Peat doesn't even get a look-in. Lots of malt, tart.
Finish: Medium, peat emerges as the end, fruit teas.
Overall: An excellent nose.
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5th April 2017
A very nice whisky indeed. Very pleasant and well balanced. Not dominated or overpowered by the peat. The Altitude definitely has an effect on the colour and taste of the spirit. Malt is detectable as are vanilla, caramel and wood spices.
12th November 2016
This is a beauty. Simple, delicious dram. The amrut whisky's clearly get lots and lots more flavor at very young age due to aging at higher temperatures than brittish, belgian, etc whisky's. This whisky is so affordable and soo delicious. Nothing bad to say about this. One of the fewer peated whisky's that taste like more than 'just peat' too. Fruity, slightly smoky, peaty. Love.
7th November 2016
Searched for this whiskey at many malls and liquor shops in banglore at last found one poured it into my glencairn glass and waited for some time to nose nose is excellent taste feels like having cigar and whiskey at a time feels very masculine loved it had it slowly keeps you on high for long time.
5th October 2016
Amrut had become extremely consistent in providing easy drinkable whiskys with enormous complexities and this one is no exception, i personally would give it a 9 and spare my 10 for Amrut fusion.
7th August 2015
Very nice. Would I pay more for it than I would pay for Laphroaig? Not so sure, unless you are Indian and want a conversation piece in your bar. Worth trying, at any rate.
24th July 2015
very nice. Dam good whisky.
27th February 2015
Had only tried the Fusion earlier and now got it as a gift from my bro in law who lives in Bangalore. Wonder why is it so diifficult to get these superb Indian malts in India. Enjoyed every drop and found it extremely smooth. Way to go Amrut....
25th May 2014