N: A Scottish-like light peat comes out from the glass, along with soap and flowers like lavender and daisy. It is a dry-like, clean-like scent, with something, somehow, that makes you think of wet rocks.
P: Still, very delicate peat spreads the mouth, together with curry and cumin. Woody and salty notes peep out, before they start turning into mineral and sweet (vanilla) scents.
F: Definetly neither a long-lasting final, nor rich. Pleasant peat, maybe a hint of mineral; but that’s all, folks!
Let’s put it this way: depending on your point of view, you may have opinions very dissimilar from our. In order to give a final judgment for this Amrut, we decided to ask ourself a question (we invite you to do tha same), that is: what do we expect from an Indian whisky? Our opinion is that this is a good imitation of a Scottish whisky, but definetly it is not a Scotch. Therefore, this lack of audacity, this “variatio in imitando” is not a good point to us. Finally, price is also not appealing…