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Amrut Two Continents 2nd Edition

(70cl, 50.0%)
Amrut Two Continents 2nd Edition
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(1 Review)

Two Continents 2nd Bottling Note

The second edition of Amrut Two Continents, this is aged in refill bourbon barrels, and there are just 1,260 bottles in the world. Very good indeed!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fried banana, pine forest floor, butter toffee, rich oak, sultanas, fruit scones, over-ripe fruit and pepper.

Palate: Vibrant and fruity, rich with malt, leather, cedar and toasted barley, a little almond and fruit.

Finish: Good length with notes of spice, nutmeg and cedar wood.

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User Reviews of the Amrut Two Continents 2nd Edition

From MainosMusings:

Maino’s Whisky Tasting Notes

Name of Whisky:__Amrut 2 Continents___Bottle # 321/360____________
Distiller: _ Amrut Distilleries_Age: ¬3+ years_ Color: Pale Ale/Gold_
Area of India: Bangalore Casks: 2nd fill Bourbon _______ABV: _50%_____
Swirl: Slightly oily, clings to the class for some time
Nose (Neat):_ Banana, Cinnamon, Citric _(Dilute): mild Citric
Nose Intensity: Warming
Flavor: cinnamon, pear
Mouth Feel: Smooth, Pckering
First Taste: Clean Sweet Sour Salty Bitter
First Taste Intensity: Mellow Warming Prickly Peppery Sharp
Finish: Clean
Finish Intensity: Warming, Sharp
Comments: Amrut Two Continents begins in the barley fields of India's North West Provinces, irrigated by glacial melt waters from the Himalayas in Bangalore. It is matured first in India where because of its climate the Angel’s share is as much as 12% of the original volume. It then spends several years in Scotland or other undisclosed region in Europe to finish. This distillate is of a limited release with all bottles numbered. Only 360 bottles (mine is numbered 321) were sent to the USA with 900 going to Europe.
M rating: 4Ms MMMM’s Cost: __$100 __

Dominick M. Maino, reviewer

4th March 2012

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