The Whisky Tasting Club

Amrut Kadhambam

Another new release from Amrut, Kadhambam (which means “variety”  according to Google, but don’t quote me on that) is to be launched at the Potstill Festival on 1 October, 2010. The full press release is here.
Nose: Needs a few seconds to settle but then there’s a wave of mint, cherry flavoured throat lozenge
(Strepsils) and soft orange jelly. Palate: Kicks and starts like a stallion at a rodeo. Very fruity, sweet and
soft with orange Starburst to the fore, then a wave of white pepper spice kicks in, rising like a wave and

finally mince pies and rumtoft-soaked berries finish the taste off. Finish: Long and sweet.

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