Amrut Spectrum is probably the most popular whisky in the market now, although there is only a limited edition of 1,000 bottles. Hailed by most if not all. The name comes from the unique range of wood as matured in. First, it has been matured for 3
This single cask Amrut is exclusively bottled for Europe and it’s a peated one. It was distilled back in June 2009 and put to rest in a port pipe cask (#2712) until August 2013 when it was bottled at 59% ABV which gave 357 bottles.
It’s time for a wee visit to India again. Recently we tried a sherry matured Amrut from Blackadder and this time we tasted a peated Amrut. This peated Amrut is bottled by Blackadder for their Raw Cask range without any age statement, chill-filtration and added
It’s time to taste something from outside Europe and we have come to a distillery from India, Amrut. This Amrut it bottled by the independent bottler Blackadder for their Raw Cask range. It’s a no age statement, that’s completely natural, straight from a single cask.