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Indian Whisky

Vendor: Mangrove

Indri Trini The Three Wood Batch 23 Bottled 2024

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Indri Dru Cask Strength Batch 5 Bottled 2024

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Paul John Bold Glass Gift Pack

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Vendor: Mangrove

Indri Dru Cask Strength

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Vendor: Speciality Brands

Amrut Bagheera | Gift Pack + 2 Glasses

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Neidhal Peated Indian Single Malt Whisky | Amrut Single Malts of India

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Vendor: Mangrove

Indri Trini The Three Wood

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Vendor: Berry Bros & Rudd

Paul John 2015-2021 | 6 Year Old Berry Bros & Rudd Single Cask 6414

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Amrut Naarangi

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Amrut Madeira Finish

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Vendor: Gordon & MacPhail

Paul John Pedro Ximenez (PX) Select Cask

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Vendor: Hi Spirits

Paul John Peated Select Cask

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Paul John Oloroso Select Cask

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Paul John Edited

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Paul John Brilliance

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Amrut Fusion

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Indian Whisky

India has produced whisky for a long time, although it has only recently gone through a kind of ‘quality reformation’ in terms of the style of whisky it produces.

For a long time what passed for ‘Whisky’ in India would have been mass-produced spirit distilled from molasses and flavoured with minimal wood ageing or simply coloured to give the impression of age.

In recent years there has been a renewed focus on traditional single malt production from distilleries such as Amrut and Paul John. The character of Indian Whisky is largely driven by the climate in which it matures. Usually filled into First-fill Bourbon barrels, it is matured in very hot warehouses which cause a great deal of evaporation and a huge concentration in the spirit.

The resultant character is one of intense, almost syrupy fruitiness with layers of wood spice. The best are considered to be the Amruts, although recent peated batches from Paul John have shown an elegance and finesse that is quite remarkable. If you haven’t tried one of modern day Indian single malts before we would urge you to do so, they can be quite fantastic.