`Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky NAS / 46%`
The aroma of the peel of a ripe apple, dark chocolate, a handful of dried fruit, honeycombs, pepper. The taste is light, airy, milky, sweet with sour nuances, wood tartness, wine, chocolate. The finish is average, warming, slightly biting, pepper and dried fruit sprinkled with chocolate.
A little less interesting story than Fusion, but also very tasty. You need to breathe it for about 10 minutes, then it starts to smell like black chocolate with some kind of prunes, seasoned with black pepper on top. It does not give such a "tropical" mood as Fusion, but it is also not bad in its chocolate-apple dried fruit. Taste and aftertaste also on the level. Sensible, balanced drink.