Amrut has returned to one of its early successes, this is batch 2 of the highly popular Amrut Two Continents
Matured in refill bourbon barrels and bottled at a higher strenth 50% this time around.
Limited release of 1,260 numbered bottles.
Tasting notes provied by Lawrence Graham, WhiskyIntelligence.com & Malt Maniac
Bananas, cough syrup on the nose along with a good earthiness with the addition of some buttery richness, buttered raisin buns and grapefruit rinds. Over ripe fruit and aged musical instruments also pop into the picture. Malt and bees wax. Time for some water; things have settled down with a little more on the sweet side revealing itself, all very good. The undiluted taste is much gentler but still gives them
Amrut Single Malt Whisky
Amrut Distillery is situated in Bangalore on the Mysore Plateau in central southern India. Distillation of Amrut malt whisky began during the early 1980s. Amrut whisky is produced using malted barley sourced from India and peated malt from Scotland.