The new Amrut Indian Single Malt has been beefed up to 46% and we can't wait to try it. The peated cask-strength stuff is excellent and this should be a significant improvement on the old 40% bottling.
An unpeated whisky from Paul John Distillers, released in early 2013 to much acclaim. It's made using barley from the foothills of the Himalayas and is distilled and matured in Goa, producing a fruity spirit with a creamy texture.
The ongoing semi-peated whisky from Indian distiller Paul John. It combines their fruity unpeated single malt whisky with some 20-25ppm peated spirit to give a sweet and spicy whisky balanced by an underlying earthy smoke.
A second single cask release from Indian distiller Paul John. Released in March 2013 this has been a much requested and waited for follow-up to the initial release, showing off the talents of this distiller in their first forays into the world of single malts.
A new concept from Amrut. The spirit for Intermediate Sherry Matured astarts life in a mix of ex-bourbon and virgin oak casks. It is then transferred to sherry casks for a period before going back into bourbon casks to complete its maturation. There's been a huge buzz about this, and we've only got a small allocation,