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Distilled from barley grown at the North West of India. Amrut mature their single malt in New American Oak and ex-bourbon before bottling.
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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Complex but really smooth great after taste slightly on the sweeter side but cannot wait till tomorrow night when I will try again
26th April 2017
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25th February 2017
14th January 2017
Very tasty liquor
17th October 2016
3rd October 2016
Single malt at its best. I have tried many whiskey's and by far this is the best. The first time I had heard about it, I was laughing at the idea of an Indian scotch, thinking foreign liquour would be anyday better, but only when I actually had a sip, did I fall in love with it so bad, that no other whiskey would then do.. The moment you open the cork and sniff inside, you feel happiness and after you've had a sip trust me its true true Heaven!!
21st September 2016
I'm a MASSIVE fan of the Amrut Fusion and the now (sadly) unavailable Kad'Ham'Bam, so much so that I would say that they are both in my top 10 whiskies of all time. This, however, is nowhere near the same level of complexity or quality. On the nose, there is tropical fruit and an almost biscuity maltiness but on the palate, it is nowhere near as interesting. Stone fruit and generic sweetness. It's the aftertaste which gets me though - it's an unpleasant, sour, lingering finish which absolutely ruins an already unremarkable whisky. I'm not sure if Jim Murray had a particularly legendary batch of this but I just cannot see why he scored it so highly. Avoid.
21st July 2016
Don't listen to the negative reviews here they don't understand whisky, this is a real treat for the money, fair enough it's not your standard malt but amrut is not like that it pushes you with complexity,depth and power , just get the water balance right and your in heaven, well done amrut 👍
11th February 2016
7th December 2015
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