was born from "Amrut Distillery" in Bangalore, India, which has grown with the history of India's independence. Indian whiskey is still loved in more than 22 countries around the world.◆[Amrut] Fusion Single Malt Whiskey 700ml (Brown Box)Whiskey critic Jim Murray rated this 'Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whiskey' as the 3rd best whiskey in the world in The Whiskey Bible in 2010. It won the highest score of 97 points among Murray's tasting notes issued so far, and it surprised whiskey lovers around the world and became known for its name.◆Alcohol: 50%
◆Capacity: 700 ml
◆Type of barrel: Oak barrel
◆Color: Gold Yellow◆Aroma: Wrapped in a heavy, rich and complex oak and soft smoke of barley sugar.
◆Taste: At first it starts faintly, and as the temperature rises, it blooms with a smoky, indiscriminately mixed authentic peat scent in the back of the nose.
It has a hint of sherry trifle sweets, but what's interesting is that it doesn't use a sherry barrel!
A hint of custard, like vanilla from barrels hammered into barley, develops into a strong chocolate fudge flavor that resonates in the mouth.
◆Finish: Dry peat and oak spread in the mouth, just enough molasses sweetness to give a hint of malt and a satisfying finish. Spice rises to take this special whiskey to its final chapter.
Awards: Third Finest Whyky in the World, Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2010, Rated 97/100.
World Whisky of the Year, Malt Advocates Whyky Awards 2011
Grand Master of World Whisky At The Spirits Business Awards in London, 2011
Master 2001 At The Spirits Business Awards In London, 2011
Best Natural Cask Daily Drams Award at Malt Maniacs Awards 2009
(52104)(Amrut) Fusion Single Malt Whisky 700ml (Brown box)