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Award-winning Indian whisky brands Amrut Fusion and Paul John will release two special whiskies this month

Shivani Pathak
Indian whisky brands – Amrut Fusion and Paul John will release special whiskies this month.
Amrut Distilleries marks the birth anniversary of its creator, the late Radhakrishna Rao Jagdale, as well as 10 years of Amrut Fusion’s launch in India with a limited edition bottle of Amrut X (ten) on November 25, 2020; Paul John’s Mithuna whisky, a part of the Paul John’s second Zodiac series, named after the Indian counterpart of the 3rd Zodiac sign Gemini will be released in November 2020 along with their 2020 Christmas edition.
Both, Amrut Distilleries and Paul John have been awarded honours by Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible along with grants from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and the World Whiskies Award.
Paul John’s Mithuna has been declared the 3rd Finest Whisky in the World by Murray’s Whisky Bible. It scored 97 out of 100 and has also been awarded Asian Whisky of the Year 2021.
Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky is characterized by a smell of some curious barley-sugar notes shrouded in soft smoke. The palate is massive with an oaky vanilla flavour emphasizing the barley – fruitiness. It finishes with all the spices rising up for the last remaining mouthful in the glass.
Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky
Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky, Courtesy- Amrut Distilleries
Coloured in the colours of Ola Oak, it smells of licorice, gentle beeswax with ulmo honey on crisp toast and tender notes of vanilla. The palate comprises of Coffee mocha, orange peel, delicate spice on active tannins with gentle oils and dark cocoa notes while this finish is long and complex with multi-toned sugars and delicate honey.



Paul John's Mithuna
Paul John’s Mithuna, Courtesy – Paul John Whisky
Several premium Indian Whisky brands have made an appearance on the world’s spirits scene lately. Known for their flavours, brands like Amrut Fusion, Paul John and Rampur Whiskies are now being exported to nearly 60 countries.
And it’s not just the whiskies, India has witnessed the rise of several other premium alcohol brands that have managed to create a name for themselves. Take a look!


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