Amrut Fusion ― barmania

By: barmania  09-Dec-2011
Keywords: Oak Barrels

  • A unique blend of barley from the foot hills of the Himalayas blended with barley from Scotland to give rich and complex malt
  • Both barley mashed independently and matured in new American oak barrels
  • Highest ever rated malt whisky 97 points Jim Murry Whisky Bible 2010
  • At 50% alc/vol a touch of water a must to really appreciate this remarkable dram

Tasting Notes:

Nose :  Fresh oak, hint of vanilla,fruity andsublime peat.

Taste :  Intially fruity and transcending to shear delicacy of fruity peaty notes.

Finish :  Long and supremacy of peat-fruit combination balance out very well

Keywords: Oak Barrels

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