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Rampur Single Malt Whisky

(70cl, 43%)

Rampur Single Malt Whisky

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Rampur Single Malt Whisky Bottling Note

This is the first Indian single malt whisky from the Radico Khaitan distillery (previously known as the Rampur distillery, hence the name), which is in Uttar Pradesh to the north of India. The distillery itself dates back to the 1940s, but this is their first single malt to make it to our shores!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Thyme honey, dried apricot, cinnamon and vanilla custard.

Palate: Tropical fruits, more rich vanilla, apple and a touch of pepper.

Finish: Long and quite drying.

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Rampur Single Malt Whisky Reviews

Sunny H, Australia
18th July 2021
Easy drinking
This is more of an easy drinking whisky than a complex one. Floral and fruity tones than spicy. Sits right between a rum and a whisky. I quite liked it though.
PREM C, India
8th September 2020
Again Great
Great is the word, should be used always when one compliments Rampur
Amaresh S, Canada
27th March 2020
Pleasant surprise
One of the very best.
Master of Malt Customer
28th November 2019
A really good whiskey!
A fantastic whiskey with floral, fruity notes, and right amount of richness & heat. It is a very smooth drink and does not have any peaty/smoky nose at all. The most prominent aroma is lychee and I could able to get hint of sweet spices (cardamom, cinnamon). I did not get any beetal (paan) or synthetic flavors at all. All in all, a great drink and I definitely would recommend.
Master of Malt Customer
20th September 2019
Someone not intrested should quit whiskey and drink coconut water
I have tried all kinds of whiskies rampur select is the most exquisite mellow malt.should be rated as number 1 in the whole world.
Allen K, Singapore
13th June 2019
Not impressed
Not impressed, this is a very simple whisky but sold at a premium price. It should be placed as the entry level whisky. Plain and lacks the complexity of a single malt. Not recommended.
Master of Malt Customer
15th April 2019
Fantastic. No complaints.
Bought this as an experiment and have been really impressed. Have served at parties and have had no complaints At least a 4 out of 5 stars!!
Nikhil, Singapore
26th March 2019
Look for something else for this amount
Nothing great, I expected a lot more spices and flavors from an Indian whisky. To be honest, tasted a bit synthetic and plasticky.
Ferrell H, United States
29th December 2018
Good whisky, 9/10, would recommend.
Absolutely interesting whisky. It's quite heavy on the fruits with a fair amount of sweetness. The finish is long and ends fairly dry. It's quite pleasant and I absolutely love and recommend this. I've tried Paul John, but this blows Paul John out of the water. Definitely worth the extra price.
Karen Stafford , Japan
21st October 2018
It grows on you
Picked this up at Dubai duty-free. I tend to drink Scotch whisky exclusively, but I was very curious about Indian whisky.
Nose: Caribbean rum right off, then dried apricots and malt.
Palate: Pepper and other spicy stuff, caramel and cereal.
The finish is long, and caramel and especially the spice linger. Interesting indeed.

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