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Amrut Single Malt Whisky

(70cl, 46%)

Amrut Single Malt Whisky
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Amrut Bottling Note

Distilled from barley grown at the North West of India. Amrut mature their single malt in New American Oak and ex-bourbon before bottling.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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.

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Amrut Single Malt Whisky Reviews

Aromatic and smooth single malt Indian Whisky

Amrut fusion single malt is a great drink . Smooth to taste and nice to note that it is a product of India

30th December 2021

OK, not a great nose, ok palate but not a must have.

OK dram, not my favorite. Palate better than the nose but there are plenty of single malt scotches and single malt irish whiskies that are better. I enjoy Glenlivet, glenmorangie, and Aberlour better. Would not keep stocked in my home bar.

27th August 2021


Sweet moment after 3 peg

28th July 2021


I had the opportunity to taste a number of Amrut whiskies at a local Whiskey Bar and Museum, so I knew that I already liked Amrut. But this was the first full bottle I have ever purchased, and I was very pleasantly surprised as I sipped from it a little each evening for a few nights. I then took it with me to a BBQ get together with friends, and it was finished fairly quickly...Nice lightly sweet caramel and maybe slight vanilla, and balanced overall, and I didn't feel any "bite" or harshness from the 46% strength.

20th June 2021

Amrut,is really honeydew

Have tasted almost 15 single malt, this AMRUT FUSION is superior of all,till now.Loved it . A big big Kudos to the producers..India's best in bottle.

14th May 2021

Found My New 'Sippin Whisky

Nose: Almost smells like plain white grape juice, barely getting any alcohol off of it and it is close enough that it is nearly going up my nostrils.

Palate: Slight burn from the alcohol (it is 46% ABV) but it is barely noticable, it gets almost immediately drowned out with a honey and barely flavor. Definite barley and honey, a little bit of spice with an almost apple cider finish that quickly disappates and I'm left with just pure honey coating the inside of my mouth.

2nd April 2021

Very highest quality

Apart from the Scottish single malts I was already a fan of Japanese malts, so an Indian malt was interesting when I got it for a Christmas present. And it is delicious, superb, not threatening or weird, aromatic and yummy.

25th January 2021

Best Indian malt I have tasted

Good indian single malt

13th January 2021


Amrut is Indian manufacturer... they just chopping your money just for single malt label .... scotch whiskeys are costly because of 150% taxes taken by government

19th December 2020

India in a bottle

Love it!, spicy, woody and hints of masala chai tea, like India in a bottle. long, lingering spicy finish My favorite dram

7th July 2020

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