Type: Single Malt
Strength: 46% alc/vol
The ambitious distillers use small-grained and therefore sweeter Indian barley for their globally successful single malts from the foot of the Himalayas, spring water from the mountains and Scottish peat malt for smoky varieties.
High above sea level in Bangalore, the distillates mature intensively under tropical conditions (around 3.5 times faster than in Scotland) in mostly Bourbon Casks
With the magnificent Mysore Palace on its label, and a nose of garam masala, overripe banana, coffee bean, hazelnut, and prune juice, this is definitely an Amrut to experience. Flavors ebb and flow through cereal notes, Agen prunes, raisins, vanilla essence, dried fruits, stewed apple, and dark autumnal fruits, all underpinned by glittering spicy base notes. It finishes with cola-flavored candy, dwindling sweetness, and encroaching leathery notes.
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