Amrut Fusion gets its name from the fact that it uses two barleys: Indian and Scottish - with the latter being peated for good measure. Fusion has been picking up awards ever since it first appeared in 2009, and in 2012 was named the best whisky for a Rob Roy in the Ultimate Cocktail Challenge in New York. Whisky Bible Awards 2014: 97 Points
Top shelf stuff, period. Tried this at a blind whiskey tasting. It is a very good malt indeed...at half the price of its contemporaries. Highly recommended.
- Shailesh Kode, 9 days ago
I usually don't write any review but I will make an exception this time. I ordered Amrut fusion and received in a very elegant and secure packing. It's affordable yet does not compromise on taste. Very woody and rich and finishes of with citrusy or I should say marmalade and hint of sweetness. I will buy again not just because its affordable but gives lot pleasure whole drinking this fine single malt whiskey.
- Bjørgvin, 16th August
Top class tipple! Tried it for the first time in an Indian restaurant recently and it was simply sumptuous - deep, smoky, chocolate, vanilla taste.Great stuff.
- anonymous, 9th August
Amazing smooth and very unique drop highly recommend will be ordering another bottle soon!
- Chet, 22nd June
- Illusion, 7th March
Top shelf stuff, period.
Tried this at a blind whiskey tasting. It is a very good malt indeed...at half the price of its contemporaries. Highly recommended.
- Jean Pierre, 26th Dec '13
Bought a Spice Tree and Old Pulteney 17 on Friday. This is the standout winner. Delicious, shame I'm finishing my last glass.
- anonymous, 7th Mar '13
"Nose" Concentrated floral notes of mint, lavender, jasmine and loam. Brine too. "Palate" Powerful horse kick of cedar, cloves, cardamon, spiced dark treacle, coriander. Dark chocolate that has a heavy weighting of cocoa. "Finish" Long lingering flavors of polished mahogany, leather, mouth watering body, red and black licorice, slight anise, pungent cocoa, raisin, Moroccan dates. Rich black coffee.
- Jason's Scotch Whisky Reviews, 25th May '12
The initial hit is of a chicori then prune com chocholate. With a cherry like medium to long finish.
Amazing, thorough delight.
- Shah wirral, 24th Jan '12
Smooth and fine,... bring it on. nice deal!
- Mike C., 26th Feb '11
Lovely Whisky, Love whole bottle Ordered one more yesterday.
- Ravi Metta(Glasgow), 14th Feb '11
I bought a bottle of this in on MG road in Bangalore. I found it pleasant, with lots of wood, vanilla and spice. Having said this, the finish is somehow a little rough and unrefined. So I would recommend this whiskey but not over a Talisker 10yo as some have suggested.
- Danny Hughes, 22nd Jan '11
tried it at my friends, his son purchased from edinburgh highland show, at first thinking surely can't be all that good... then it was amazing in quality and price, well done to the Indians...
- Alan Tang 15th Jan 2011, 15th Jan '11
Adorers of Clynelish and Talisker should not hesitate to purchase a bottle of this excellent and affordable Whisky! Great stuff!
- H. Dross, 8th Dec '10
For me it is Highland park 18 at half the cost. Very smooth, delicious, love it.
- Raneesh, 23rd Oct '10
Personally, I get less Talisker in this than T Williams. For me it comes over more like a more chocolatey but less floral Highland Park. Lots of easy smoke, waves of spicey orange. Very, very good.
- Mr Claw, 11th Aug '10
Delicious Whisky to enjoy for the buck you spend. Great job done to get the smooth finish!
- Bhagavan, 22nd Jul '10
Let me say this - for once I agree with most of the reviewers. A pretty good malt but not from Scotland so beware!
- henry whittle - liverpool, 12th Jun '10
Lovely whisky. There's something quite Irish about the finish, a slight soapiness, which is lovely.
- JM, 19th May '10
Brilliant !! very tasty ! It really quenches the lovers of Single Malt . Reasonable priced ! So Affordable
- M K Parthasarathy Bangalore , India, 13th Apr '10