Amrut

Amrut Distillery markets its Indian single malt whisky under its own name. The word amrut is from the Sanskrit language and means "nectar of the gods". The distillery itself often uses it as a synonym for "water of life".
Amrut mainly uses American white oak casks, but since the distillery has garnered in international reputation and the demand has risen, they have also started to use sherry casks and other types of casks.
The classic standard single malt is Amrut Indian Single Malt. It is marketed without an age statement and has been matured for approximately four years before it is bottled at 46% abv. It has sweet, full-bodied aromas of fruits, vanilla and oak. There's also a cask strength version of Amrut Indian Single Malt.

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