Amrut Rye Single Malt (700ml)
Indian Single Malt Whisky
FROM THE LAND OF THE GREAT HIMALAYAS
This is a pioneering release - the first ever Indian Single Malt Rye. An elegant whiskey, made with European Rye and aged for five years in new American oak, this single malt has fruity notes that balance the rye spiciness, with hints of biscuit and cereal notes and a long finish. A unique whiskey and delicious to boot.
Nose : White peach, caramel, roses, bread dough, cassia buds.
Taste : Cherry, papaya, sauerbraten, cocoa, lemon, caramel bite candies.
Finish : Lemon, melon, dry sand, quince, honey, wood shavings, lime.
About the Distillery
Amrut are the pioneers of Indian single malt whisky being the first to be made in India. Amrut or amrita is a Sanskrit word which can be translated as "nectar of the gods", "nectar of life", or "drink of the gods". The distillery sources its barley from the Himalayas and ages the whisky at an altitude of over 3,000 feet above sea level in Bangalore. In this climate, the angels take way more than their share as up to 15% of the whisky is lost to evaporation per year. The resulting spirit has netted Amrut with hundreds of awards around the globe.
"Great quality is not a choice, It is the inevitable result of the environment we create."
Neelakanta R. Jagdale
Chairman & Managing Director