- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Cask Strength
- Oak Barrels
- Batch 13
- 62.8 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Batch 13
- Added on
- 23 Dec 2014 1:21 pm by Ras Mazunga
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Whisky Reviews for Amrut Peated Indian
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.54 points
- This is a grotesque indian Uigeadail?! But it's very good too!
Adhesive plaster, herbs, pepper, cigar, green tea, caramel, orange and peach, peat
Sweet, spicy: peat, orange, dark chocolate, salted caramel, pepper and dill
Long, spicy: peat, sweet orange and bitter oak
- The exotic fruitiness of the amruts and the peat smoke go well together. A class of malt, in the cask strength version, despite the necessary addition of water again a step better than 46%
The 62% you notice, a drop of water can not hurt. Many exotic fruits, vanilla, honey and plenty of peat smoke, a little bit of gum. The smoke-fruit combination is excellent.
In the mouth, the peat smoke first sets with a good dose of pepper on the palate, then the sweet fruits come.
Pepper, oak, fruits and peat leave a great aroma in the mouth.
- In the beginning he reminded me of a smoky rum, but this is much better. Great made, very diverse, unusual and sometimes getting used to, but very tasty flavors. Despite the lack of age, the whisky on the finish of a wonderful, saliva-stimulating oak flavor. Here nothing is covered with smoke, since a small piece of art has been created, which almost reaches / reminds of the quality of a Uigeadail or Corryvreckan. Once you get involved with him, you can not get enough.
sweet, fermented and buttered exotic fruits, medium strong, dry, medical smoke, bandages, licorice, lavender, fresh green tea, sometimes a little perfumed.
full, sweet and juicy fruit flavors play with the smoke, pickled peaches, wine grapes, dill, oriental spices I like to taste
In the wonderful long finish then beautiful soft bitter oak (mocha); a dry sweetness and clear smoke remain behind.
- I was a bit sceptic, but this is actually really good!
Liquorice, toffee, cigar, herbal tea, orange, apricot, mocha, pepper, nutmeg, vanilla and peat. A bit of sulphur which takes the form of salami and burnt matches and which actually works very well in this case. A combination of notes which may seem odd but makes me drool.
Liquorice, curry, toffee, orange, pepper, peat, salami, mocha, dark chocolate and dark cherry.
Pepper, peat, liquorice, orange, curry, nutmeg, dark chocolate, dark cherry, salami and raisin.