The Amrut Whisky is the first single malt whisky from India. Amrut or 'amrita' is Sanskrit for 'nectar of the gods / of life'. This single malt matures in oak barrels and without cold filtration. It is also bottled in its natural colour. Awards: - 88 Points, Very good, Strong recommendation in 2012 at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge - Liquid Gold Award in 2010 from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible - Bronze medal in 2008, 2009 at the Malt Maniacs AwardsTasting notes:Colour: Rich gold. Nose: Bittersweet, liquorice, bourbon, notes of honey, toffee. Taste: Sweet, barley, oak, bourbon, molasses. Finish: Long lasting, sweet, dry, silky, creamy toffee, oak.