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Historically local 'whisky' was, and still is, produced from molasses. In recent years there as been a move to produce whisky from malted barley.

Over the years there have been a number of trade EU barriers to prevent the import of Indian whisky so to cut a long legal arguments short, Indian whisky cannot be call 'Scotch' when being sold with in the EU.

Historically local 'whisky' was, and still is, produced from molasses. In recent years there as been a move to produce whisky from malted barley.

Over the years there have been a number of trade EU barriers to prevent the import of Indian whisky so to cut a long legal arguments short, Indian whisky cannot be call 'Scotch' when being sold with in the EU.

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  1. Amrut Fusion, Indian Single Malt

    Amrut, Single Malt 70cl

    Peter first tasted this intriguing malt from India as a sample miniature. He was suitably impressed to bring it into our whisky portfolio. A wonderful golden colour, with a ripe malty notes this is a very interesting refined spirit. It would be wrong to compare along side a Scottish malt as it style is unique.

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    £41.94
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    £45.95
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    £34.95
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  2. Amrut Fusion, Indian Single Malt

    Amrut Fusion, Single Malt 70cl

    This is a really interesting whisky made from a fusion of Indian and Scottish Barley, hence its name. A delicate richness on the palate with hints of chcolate and spice with a mild note of peatiness. Long on the finish with a hint peppers.

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    £51.54
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    £55.94
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    £42.95
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