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WORLD WHISKY REVIEW -NOVEMBER 2014

My view – November 2014 Welcome to the new look World Whisky Review – a monthly blog that will hopefully pick up where I left off a few months ago. This time round the format will be simpler and not so high maintenance as it was before and it will have less lengthy features and […]

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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 […]

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Amrut Intermediate Sherry Matured

Amrut are releasing this new expression at Whisky Live 2010 on September 25th.

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A passage to Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Tyne isn’t the most obvious place to find the United Kingdom base of Indian whisky company Amrut. And I’m sure there’s a joke in there somewhere featuring the words ‘coals to’…  But the capital of Geordie-land is indeed where the company’s based, so that was where I headed this week.  I know the […]

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Three Amrut Tastings

Amrut Double Cask Limited to just 306 bottles, this is already very rare. Nose: A big wave of citrus fruits, mainly blood orange or kumquat, trace soft peach. Rich, almost liqueur-like and very clean fresh Palate: Not as rich or as viscous as the nose suggests, but with a lot of orange fruit and a […]

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