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Indian SingleMalt Whiskeys To Add To Your Home Bar

From blending, aging, selecting the right cask and finally bottling a delicious pour of whiskey is definitely no less than an art. Agreed, it's more of free-flowing strokes, but the end result (in a crystal glass and on the rocks) is a delicious bronze elixer of Whiskey that you wouldn't love to trade for anything in the world. India is home to many global as well as local whiskies - 13 out of the 25 best-selling whiskey brands come from India, I am sure you must be as much surprised as I am. It may be possible that you might have missed out on these finest Indian whiskies that you need to take a shot of once in a lifetime. From award-winning blends to local varieties of brown elixir, these five Indian whiskeys will blow out your mind, and should definitely be a part of your home bar collection.

Rampur Signature Reserve Indian SingleMalt Whiskey is dark golden nectar with fruity and floral notes overlapping each other in every dram. The blend is ager in the foothills of the Himalayas and is also being described as the 'Kohinoor of Single Malts' by the brands. Rampur Select Single Malt Whiskey is the first Indian Single Malt Whiskey from Radico Khaitan Distillery, formerly known as Rampur Distillery, which is in Uttar Pradesh, in the northern part of India. Radico Khaitan Distillery has been in the whiskey business for around half a century, and they produced their first-ever malt whiskey in the year 2016.

Rampur Signature Reserve Indian SingleMalt Whiskey is dark golden nectar with fruity and floral notes overlapping each other in every dram. The blend is ager in the foothills of the Himalayas and is also being described as the 'Kohinoor of Single Malts' by the brands. Rampur Select Single Malt Whiskey is the first Indian Single Malt Whiskey from Radico Khaitan Distillery, formerly known as Rampur Distillery, which is in Uttar Pradesh, in the northern part of India. Radico Khaitan Distillery has been in the whiskey business for around half a century, and they produced their first-ever malt whiskey in the year 2016.

Meet the Amrut Greedy Angels - Chairman's Reserve. This 12-year-old, Whiskey is Amrut distilleries' way of celebrating their single malt journey, and it costs $1000 (about Rs.69,000). The Whiskey is a limited-edition release from Amrut distilleries, and the chances are that most of the bottles have already been picked up by the collectors abroad. Whiskey won worldwide acclaim in 2010 when whiskey guru, Jim Murray rated it as one of the world's best whiskeys. This limited edition can definitely be a jewel of your home bar, if you get to lay hand on one.

Meet the Amrut Greedy Angels - Chairman's Reserve. This 12-year-old, Whiskey is Amrut distilleries' way of celebrating their single malt journey, and it costs $1000 (about Rs.69,000). The Whiskey is a limited-edition release from Amrut distilleries, and the chances are that most of the bottles have already been picked up by the collectors abroad. Whiskey won worldwide acclaim in 2010 when whiskey guru, Jim Murray rated it as one of the world's best whiskeys. This limited edition can definitely be a jewel of your home bar, if you get to lay hand on one.

Paul John edited SingleMalt Whiskey is an Indian SingleMalt Whiskey created by Micheal John using 6-row barley and peated Scottish barley. Distilled in the southwestern state of Goa, India, it has a wonderful note of toasted cereal, barley, and honey notes. It has a little vegetal peatiness and lemon. The heat from the alcohol mingles with the peat smoke, pineapple, coriander, and coffee. The finish is long-lasting, with a hint of spices and Chocolate mint as it ends.

Paul John edited SingleMalt Whiskey is an Indian SingleMalt Whiskey created by Micheal John using 6-row barley and peated Scottish barley. Distilled in the southwestern state of Goa, India, it has a wonderful note of toasted cereal, barley, and honey notes. It has a little vegetal peatiness and lemon. The heat from the alcohol mingles with the peat smoke, pineapple, coriander, and coffee. The finish is long-lasting, with a hint of spices and Chocolate mint as it ends.

Our next spot in the list of best Indian Whiskey brands is the Amrut Fusion SingleMalt Whiskey. Amrut is a brand of Indian Singlemalt Whiskey manufactured by Amrut Distilleries. It is known to be the first single malt whiskey to be made in India. Amrut Fusion SingleMalt Whiskey was crafted in Bengaluru by Amrut distilleries. It is a seductive blend of Scottish and Indian Barleyz, and it's a rich, oaky fusion of citrusy spice and sweet vanilla chocolate that ends on a rather lingering bitter-sweet note.

Our next spot in the list of best Indian Whiskey brands is the Amrut Fusion SingleMalt Whiskey. Amrut is a brand of Indian Singlemalt Whiskey manufactured by Amrut Distilleries. It is known to be the first single malt whiskey to be made in India. Amrut Fusion SingleMalt Whiskey was crafted in Bengaluru by Amrut distilleries. It is a seductive blend of Scottish and Indian Barleyz, and it's a rich, oaky fusion of citrusy spice and sweet vanilla chocolate that ends on a rather lingering bitter-sweet note.

Paul John's Mithuna Whiskey is named after the Indian Counterpart of the 3rd zodiac sign Gemini. This Whiskey is unpeated, nonchilled-filtered, and is matured in American virgin oak casks and finished in ex-bourbon casks. The nose of this Whiskey includes aromas of licorice, gentle beeswax with ulmo honey on crisp toast, and tender notes of vanilla. The finish is long-lasting, and complex with multi-toned sugar and delicate honey.

Paul John's Mithuna Whiskey is named after the Indian Counterpart of the 3rd zodiac sign Gemini. This Whiskey is unpeated, nonchilled-filtered, and is matured in American virgin oak casks and finished in ex-bourbon casks. The nose of this Whiskey includes aromas of licorice, gentle beeswax with ulmo honey on crisp toast, and tender notes of vanilla. The finish is long-lasting, and complex with multi-toned sugar and delicate honey.

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