The best 3 Indian single malt whisky you must try!
(1) Rampur Indian Single Malt Whisky
House of Radico Khaitan Ltd, Rampur Indian Single Malt Whisky, Non-Chilled filtered, A limited 48 cask release. Post maturation in American oak later transferred to PX Sherry Butts from Jerez span for further maturation to give intense depth and richness with the taste of complex spice and dried fruits.
Notes of Toffee and dried fruits, and cinnamon, a dash of creamy vanilla and rain forest honey follow.
Taste buds perceives a little bit winery texture & mouth feel. Sweet caramel lingering with layers of spice.
Those who love long finish will find it the best single malt with dried fruits flavor, complementing the vanilla and & honey after taste.
(2) Paul John Indian Single Malt Whisky
Goa being the city of beautiful beaches, churches and wonderful Goan cuisine also gives birth to Single malt whisky Paul John Distillery produces India’s one of the best versions of Brilliance Indian Single Malt Whisky at 46% ABV made from 6 row barley comes from the foothills of Himalayas. Brilliance is matured in Bourbon cask to give whisky a smooth finish.
Nose: Bring the Glass close to your Nose to get the whiff of sweet fragrances, with a hint of cinnamon, dash of honey and spices.
Crispness and honeylike smoothness are the hints never be ignored with flavor of cocoa.
One can never the forget smooth finish with hint of mild spices and vanilla notes while you swirl in your mouth.
Best suited with Fruit pies and Indian Grilled Meat Dishes.
(3) Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky
It is the first Indian Single Malt whisky produced in Bangalore India. Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky distilled from the barley grown in North West India. Amrut Indian Single Malt whisky is matured in New American oak and ex-bourbon cask to give a long smooth finish.
Nose: you will feel intense Barley and grain, Nutty, citrus and apricot on the Nose.
Palate: Barley and honey gives you mouthfeel with richness.
Finish: long finish with verities of fruits like apple, apricot, malt.