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Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky 70 cl

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Due to its location, Amrut enjoys an accelerated maturation of its whiskies (3-4 times that of Scotland) however the Angel’s share can be 15% per year. The driver will input your year of birth into their device and may then require an ID check to complete the age verification process. The _ga cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates visitor, session and campaign data and also keeps track of site usage for the site's analytics report. Neidhal is a single malt eponymously sourced from a Neidhal or coastal region and exhibits traits that uniquely spring from the locale. Following the UK launch, the brand spread across Western Europe and the Scandinavian countries within two years.

Surinder Kumar, the master blender at Amrut Distilleries, has estimated that one year of barrel-ageing in India is equal to three years of ageing in Scotland. unless we get written confirmation from you that this is acceptable and that you will take full responsibilty if the parcel goes missing. It has notes of salted caramel, orange, peach and melon, along with savoury plantain and hints of oak. Amrut Greedy Angels was a limited edition 50% abv, 8-year-old single malt whisky released in April 2013.

The company faced difficulties convincing European distributors and consumers to try the product, as most believed that a good single malt could not be produced in India. Information and statements about products are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

Made using wheats and barley from Bangalore and water sourced from the Himalayan springs, Amrut takes pride in being 100% Indian. A single cask bottling of single malt whisky from India's Amrut distillery, bottled exclusively for Europe. To retain the natural characteristics of this oak aged Indian Malt Whisky, we do not chill filter, some haze may therefore be noticed in the product.Amurt Single malt whisky is made from selected Indian Barley grown in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Four years is a long time for aging in India, as the arm weather found there encourages rapid aging.

According to Neelakanta Jagdale, "From a marketing perspective, we thought if our product had to pass the test, why not do so in the toughest location. The manufacturing process involves the use of six 10,000-litre stainless steel fermenters, two unique conical 5,000-litre copper Pot stills with copper condensers and new and used ex- Bourbon barrels. According to Kumar, the whisky starts "reaching its peak in four years", after which it has to be tasted regularly because "by five years it starts to get too much tannin". The guidelines for what constitutes a whisky in India are decidedly lax, in fact 90% of whisky consumed in India is made from molasses and blended malt whisky can contain as little as 4% malt whisky.

The word 'Amrut' derives its origin from the historic language of Sanskrit and means the 'Elixir of Life'. As much as fifteen percent abv is lost every year to the angel’s share, thus it is unwise to mature it for much more than a few years, lest the product drops below forty percent abv and ceases to be whisky.This whisky is made from selected Indian barley grown at the feet of the Himalayas, nurtured by the waters flowing there and cultivated by old and traditional agricultural practices. The Second Edition used second-fill Bourbon casks and was bottled at 50% abv, while the First Edition was matured in ex-grain casks and bottled 46% abv. Deliveries are usually with you 24/48 hours after the goods leave us, but recently have been taking slightly longer. Nose: Almost smells like plain white grape juice, barely getting any alcohol off of it and it is close enough that it is nearly going up my nostrils.

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