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Amrut Raj Igala Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

Amrut Raj Igala

Amrut Raj Igala Bottling Note

Amrut's Raj Igala is a single malt whisky made with Punjabi malted barley and aged in casks which previously matured bourbon.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Opens with pear and peach. Developing notes of toasted oak stave and vanilla-rich barley.

Palate Honey'd fruit and peat smoke, with a crack of black pepper.

Finish Lasting warmth of peat and a subtly sweet touch of liquorice.

Reviews for Amrut Raj Igala
After polishing off a bottle of the Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky (46%) with some friends, which was quite delicious and well balanced, the Raj Igala seems very rough, a little bit bitter, and certainly not up to the standard of any other Amrut whisky I have tried. Quite disappointing I must say...
Eli M , Israel
2 years ago
My 1st Indiana sm taste. Amazing. complexity in thé nose with powerful compote notes and lots of Autumn ripé fruit. Smoke arrives on thé patate alongside thé fruit. Wow. This with à féw more years of âge would be an absolue killer !
Iassen T , Spain
3 years ago
Amrut Nadir
I adore Amrut, which was my first Indian whisky and still my favorite. The richness of their spirit is profound and often ahead of other countries in certain innovations. Their whisky is outstanding, but Raj Igala fails to meet their own (high) standards in my opinion. It can be soupy, syrupy but not sweet, thick and cloying yet woody and dull. It's unbalanced at best, and at worst it feels like their leftovers.
Jay F , United Kingdom
6 years ago
We'll worth it. Subtle but very tasty.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Hi value
shiyadrasheed , India
6 years ago
Waiting to consume and review.
Manoj Kumar P , United States
7 years ago

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