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Paul John Kanya

(70cl, 50%)

Paul John Kanya
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Paul John Kanya Bottling Note

A particularly flavoursome Indian single malt from the Paul John range. Kanya is an unpeated expression that has been aged in first-fill American white oak casks and bottled at 50% ABV. Only 1,500 bottles were produced.

In Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2018, this expression was awarded a staggering 96 points and the title of Best Asian Whisky 2018!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Peaches in syrup, almond liqueur and a touch of fresh papaya. Creamy vanilla and

Palate: Butterscotch, dried apple chips, waves of honey, freshly-cooked waffles coated in butter.

Finish: Lightly spiced, though notes of maple syrup and apricot remain.

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Paul John Kanya Reviews

Hype doesn’t equal massive price increase

Definitely not in line with the crazy high price it recently jumped to. Their other range is just as good for 1/2 the price.

17th February 2018

Stunning whisky.

I tried this at a tasting hosted by Jim Murray himself. Tried it alongside his world whisky of the year from 2017 (Booker Rye) and 2018 (Colonel EHT 4 grain) and it was comfortably the best in my opinion. Stunning.

7th February 2018

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