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'Edited' is an Indian single malt whisky created by Master Distiller Michael John using Indian 6-row barley as well as peated Scottish barley. The final vatting contains 15% of the peated spirit with maturation taking place in bourbon casks.
Nose: Toasted cereal, big barley and honey notes, Hob Nobs! Slightly vegetal peatiness, lemon and seaweed. Some beach bonfire but the peat isn't overpowering. Malty.
Palate: Wood spices, a bowl of porridge with honey and then demerara whilst sat beside a fireplace.
Finish: A touch of mocha, oak and perhaps old fashioned liquorice.
Overall: Peated Indian single malt whisky from John Distilleries that shows very well at what we would usually consider a young age.
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Wonderfully balanced whisky with lot of taste. Nice and easy to drink.
21st January 2017
outstanding balance in peat & malt flavors. shame that most will look down upon it due to it being made in india and that it has no age statement. going to stock up on them- ssshhh!
18th July 2016
9th January 2016
Super Dram, lovely whisky with a lot of flavours..unique characteristics and very easy to drink...will buy again for sure
21st February 2015
This whisky brings a lot of sweetness but still has that bit of smokiness which doesn't over power at all..nice melow whisky with slight smoke through. Highly recommended and must try.
19th February 2015
One of the best young Peated whisky out there. Very subtle and thoroughly enjoyable. I am a fan of heavily Peated whisky but this is really surprising and must have for any cabinet.
23rd January 2015
Dont understand much about malts. I do collect single malts as well as single barrel drams for past few years. I am more inclined towards clean malts, which are easy to understand. Let me tell you this one rocks. enjoy this with your friends and you shall not regret this.
21st January 2015
A very nice Whisky just chill out and enjoy it
23rd December 2014
Didn't like it at all! Sorry.
15th December 2014
Your advent calendar has been astounding, but this is so very young and rough it borders on undrinkable.
not sure if it was the dram sample but this whiskey was terrible - not at all mature
14th December 2014
My first taste of an Indian whisky, and this is surprisingly good from a distillery that just opened a few years ago. Balances the peat pretty well against a strong oak note, a bit of well-placed heat, and just enough sweetness.
nice & mellow
This is a whisky that seems to say and do an aweful lot, plenty of sweet barley and caramac sweet notes but with some burnt pine aromas up front. I don't know whether it's knowing it's Indian that makes this happen or whether it's the whisky but there's some aromatic almond and coriander in there - sort of like an aromatic Pasanda just underneath the whisky.
13th December 2014
dont see why the previous review says it s shit unless peated whisky is not the taste they are looking for.... master of malt shouldnt allow that sort of immature review.nice shit to sip ;-)
Nose: Soft peat smoke akin to a slightly damp Autumn leaf fire, Malt, Some acacia honey and a little cocoa.Palate: Warm milk poured over muesli, honey, soft medicinal notes, some skin off a homemade rice pudding, ginger and peat smoke.Finish: A long lingering peat smoke finish including a little espresso.
There is lemon and clove on the nose with a pretty strong element of ammonia. Slight peat and smoke with some cardamon and honey leads to a muscavado finish. The final notes are black pepper and chilli. It is a very spicy whisky that might hold up well after a strongly flavoured meal, but I find it a little overpowering on its own.
Very medicinal, I believe the fast ageing still showd
Tasted quite a few malts in past few years. must say one of the best I have ever tasted. Every inch as described. very few are same on your palate as described by distillery. Do give it a try and you will not regret it.Found it much better than Amrut.
12th December 2014