Amrut Distillers, has today announced the launch of its first ever triple distilled Indian single malt whisky.
Amrut Triparva (50% ABV) which is India’s first triple distilled whisky, is said to deliver notes of salted caramel, coconut-vanilla custard and oak on the nose. Followed by notes of fruit cocktail, creamy peach, melon, plantain, orange and vanilla custard on the palate.
Amrut Triparva, will be limited to 5400 bottles worldwide, with 600 bottles will being made available in Bangalore, to meet the demands of Indian whisky connoisseurs and collectors.
Commenting on the news, Ashok Chokalingam, Head Distiller at Amrut, said: “Amrut has pretty much produced a range of uncompromisingly innovative single malt whiskies such as the Amrut Spectrum (multiple oak wood barrel single malt), Naarangi (a single malt with orange influence) and Rye single malt to name a few. This latest addition of Triparva, triple distilled single malt, kind of completes the course. I think, for any distillery to come and do what Amrut has done in India will take a long time and the depth and variety of what Amrut has is unmatched. We are proud of what we have done so far and cemented our position as the ‘pioneers’ of single malt making in India.”
Amrut Triparva, will be available later this month from specialist retailers. RRP (tbc).
Posted by Steve Rush