Amrut is best known at home for Bejois, an indigenous distillate of the famous blue grape of Bangalore, so extremely popular in the south Indian states and amongst the armed forces. Outside of India, Amrut is the pen-ultimate name in fine Malt Whisky, by virtue of the highest standards in natural ingredients, peerless expertise in refining the distillation and maturation practice, and uncompromising attention to detail by the team of distillers. The quality of Peat, contributing vital expressions of honey, bacon and smoke, is of paramount importance to the finished Malt.
Golden yellow colour. A bouquet of new oak with a hint of vanilla and peat, mellowed and pleasant, a hint of spice, aromatic nuts and dried fruits. Layers of peat and smoke on the palate with young, muscular oak persisting in the background. A taste of fresh fruit and spices with hints of maltiness. A highly pleasurable experience, finishing with lingering expressions of peat and malt, fine oak, fruits and spice