Distilled alcoholic beverages that are labelled as "whisky" in India are commonly blends based on neutral spirits that are distilled from fermented molasses with only a small portion consisting of traditional malt whisky, usually about 10 to 12 percent. Outside of India, such a drink would more likely be labelled a rum. Ninety percent of the whisky consumed in India is molasses-based, although whisky wholly from malt and other grains is now available.
Amrut SIngle Malt Whisky is a product of 20 years' research to produce whiskies matching world standards which is made from selected Indian Barley grown at the feet Himalayas, nurtured by the waters flowing there and cultivated by old traditional agricultural practices. It is carefully mashed and distilled in small batches to preseve the natural aroma and matured in oak barrels in an unique tropic..£48.99 Ex Tax:£40.82
A rich blended whisky with a hint of smoke, named for a pun - Kuchh Nai means 'nothing', making it hard to ask for Colour- Antique pine Nose - Creamy sweet with hints of vanilla. Taste - very strange, short and sweet, nothing happening in this blend, quite non-descript. Finish- Short and gone. ..£59.99 Ex Tax:£49.98