I had the privilege to try the Amrut Fusion. I found the following information.
Amrut Fusion is distilled from barley from Scotland and India, making this a true fusion of countries, so there is Indian and Scottish barley in this whisky. 1st time for me to try the Amrut Fusion. And when I posted this on the Social Media, I received a lot of reactions … positive ones, curious ones. Fantastic!
- Name: Amrut Fusion
- Country: India
- Type: Single Malt
- Price per standard amount: € 50,-
Now It’s time to share my thoughts to the rest of the world.
- Color: Sunset golden
- Nose: Sweet, vanilla, bitterness at the end of the nose, peppery, dark warm sugar, peaty hints, dried citrus fruit and smooth caramel. Reminded me of an old bar I used to go.
- Taste: Sweetness with a hint of the bitterness on the tongue, peaty, warm sugar, oaky, strong coffee, combined with chocolate (white), hints of citrus, a present of vanilla and an enjoyable tingling on the tongue at the very end.
- Finish: Medium sweet, smooth, very nice.
Here is a nice and interesting fact: The whisky that Armut distillery brings to the market is made from grain grown originating from the Himalaya. And the Himalaya, when I think about the Himalaya, there is a presence of silence and comfort.
That is also what the whisky brings to me. This was just a sample, but a huge chance I will buy a bottle in the near future. The fusion of the Indian and Scottish barley, has received a place at the right spot!
Suggestions: just pure! Don’t add anything!
I’m giving this one 8 out of 10.
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