Most of Indian whiskies is distil using fermented molasses and this can be looked at by the rest of the world as more of a rum drink rather that whisky, but as the Middle East, Asia and of course India look upon Indian whisky as whisky I felt this should be included within the site as it there is a massive market within these countries. It is very interesting that in India only really the home made whiskies are sold within the country as the government have made if very hard for outsider to sell as there is a tax of over 500% for importers. Amrut is the first Indian whisky to meet EU regulations and you will find this whisky sold through out the Europe with the thanks to their Newcastle based distributor. A website that you can find interesting fact regarding Indian Whisky is the www.amrutwhisky.co.uk.
Amrut Fusion Indian Single Malt Whisky ~ 50% ~ 70cl
Region: Indian ~ Type: Indian Single Malt Whisky
This Indian whisky is called Amrut Fusion. It is called this becuase of the fact this whisky uses two barleys - one from India and the other from Scottish which is peated. Whisky Bible Awards 2010: Indian Whisky of the Year; Third Finest Whisky in the World; 97 Points