Rampur Indian Single Malt is a newish player in the Indian whiskey game and sits alongside Paul John and Amrut as the major names in the US market. The whisky is relatively new, but the distillery itself goes back to 1943 and is owned by Radico Khaitan; a major producer of alcoholic beverages in India.… Continue!
Paul John Brilliance Single Malt is fun and interesting. It’s a malt heavy whisky hailing from India and like its competitor Amrut they’re doing things right. It’s tasty, aromatic and fun. Founded in 1992 this young distillery is making waves in the whisky world and helping to push the Indian Whisky category further out onto… Continue!
The first time I tried the Amrut Single Malt was at a Purple Valley tasting and I thought I was going to have to give it an NA on the score because I didn’t get to spend enough time with it to really gauge it and pick it apart. Then I got an offer from… Continue!
The Amrut Fusion Single Malt is the first Indian whisky I have ever had… and it is phenomenal. It’s among the most intricate, complex, and flavorful whiskies I’ve tasted recently and can easily be manipulated with water to express a myriad of flavors without destroying its essence. New flavors and aromas can easily be… Continue!