- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Oak Barrels
- Batch 05
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 13 Feb 2010 7:08 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Amrut Single Malt
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 72.93 points
- Nothing that I would buy larger quantities.
Strong notes of a sweet wine-like drink (not unlike a Japanese, but less pleasant) paired with rum-raisins, chestnut honey, caramel and oak
Fruity sweet with a light but not unpleasant bitterness. In addition, unripe apricot and oak again. Slightly alcoholic (amazing at 40%)
medium in length and slightly bitter
- I had a peated Amrut last year which was pretty good, great fruitiness (which I always enjoy!) & rounded and it might have even been better without the peat. This one is not so great, tastes too young, alcoholic and just not very rounded. I hear the 46% version is quite a bit better.
alcohol, thick sweetness, very malty, molasses, a bit young
malty, fruity, grassy
sweet, malt, mango fruit juice, a bit bitter at the end, alcoholic at the end, pretty short
quite intense, at the beginning perceptible sweetness, light lemon and peat, a bit of the rancid butter, the determined sweetness of the morello cherry, pears, the orange and pineapple from a bit of the chocolate
less alcoholic than the smell, interesting, sweet at the beginning, butyrates, cookie, toffee, later a little bit dry and slightly lemon and at the end peat, noble, changing,
not too long finish mainly sharp, gentian, expert and sour with the sweetness in the background
Some notes of fruits, citrus, but unfortunately flat and boring. Maybe some flowers and honey, but dominated by unpleasant spirits.
A little sweet, dry with hints of oak. Some fruits can be found in the aftertaste, but with no joy in tasting.
Short, boring, flat with some bitterness and roots.