7 Indian Whiskies To Sip On This World Whisky Day

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1. Amrut Fusion

Amrut Fusion, crafted in Bangalore, marries Indian and Scottish barley in an intense tropical climate, yielding a uniquely fruity yet subtly smoky whisky experience.

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2. Indri-Trini

Indri-Trini, India's first triple cask single malt, matures in ex-bourbon, French wine, and PX Sherry casks, offering a smooth, amber-hued whisky with notes of caramelised pineapple, vanilla, and honey.

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3. Godawan

Born in Rajasthan, Godawan defies whisky norms with expressions like Rich and Rounded and Fruit and Spice, leveraging the region's elevated temperatures and heritage techniques for a diverse range of Indian single malts.

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4. Rampur Indian Single Malt Whisky

Distilled in Uttar Pradesh, Rampur Single Malt uses local barley and copper pot stills to create nuanced flavours, representing a recent but promising addition to Indian spirits.

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5. The Glenwalk Scotch Whisky

Crafted in Scotland, The Glenwalk offers exceptional quality with a blend of Scotch malts and grains aged for three years, presenting a premium yet affordable option.

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6. Paul John Single Malt

Hailing from Goa, Paul John Single Malt benefits from the region's hot and tropical climate, resulting in whiskies with remarkable depth and complexity in a relatively short maturation time.

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7. GianChand

Made by Devans Modern Breweries in Jammu, GianChand whisky, with its fruity aroma, sweetness, spiciness, and smokiness, has gained international acclaim over its five-decade legacy.

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These Indian whiskies offer a diverse tapestry of flavours and craftsmanship.