“If you’ve ever wondered what a whiskey tasting dinner experience might look and feel like, I may be able to help you paint that picture.” Check out these food and whisky pairings prepared by the talented chef at The Whisky Project.
“I was curious to why each Amrut whisky was paired with a particular dish. I reached out to whisky expert Raj Sabharwal for his explanation and a few questions about whisky in-general. The way Raj responded to my interview is like a mini course in whisky.” Read on ~ you’ll agree.
Ashok and Jane use Amrut Rum from India to mix up some tasty cocktails for Rum Punch Day, proving that the Caribbean isn’t the only place to find a delicious rum cocktail. Watch how they do it here.
To hear Mark Gillespie’s review of Amrut Madeira Cask Finish whisky, jump ahead to 38:57.
“The angels in India are greedy. They drink a lot, but at the end of the day they bless us with good whisky.” To find out why the angels are so greedy, read on.
“Award-winning Amrut Whisky is finally getting its due in the United States thanks to an appearance at this year’s Whisky Extravaganza in Chicago.
Many different whiskies win awards these days, but Amrut is in a class by itself.”
Ever wonder how these award winning whiskies are produced, and what’s next in Amrut’s line-up. You can discover all that and more, here.
To find out WHY you should be drinking whiskies from India, listen to this 6 minute episode, hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz of Bloomberg Radio.
“If you're looking to impress a whisky connoisseur with the whiskies that everyone is talking about, you can do no better than some of these winning spirits.” Find out what makes Amrut a leading whisky by reading this in- depth article.
“Amrut, India’s top single malt distiller based in Bengaluru, held a lavish whisky dinner and launch at Junoon, the only Michelin starred Indian restaurant in New York City.” Learn more about Amrut’s latest limited release whisky, Amrut Madeira cask finish.
Find out more about Amrut Distillery’s award winning whiskies and rums. Learn how their climate helps with whisky aging.
This podcast from Whisky Neat will entertain and inform you about the award winning Indian whisky, Amrut.
Amrut recently held a whisky pairing dinner in cooperation with The Whisky Project. “Amrut or amrita is a Sanskrit word which can be translated as “nectar of the gods”, “nectar of life”, or “drink of the gods”. I have to agree.” Have a look at the delicious food that was paired with the various Amrut whiskies and rum.
“I would think, and firmly believe, that the Indian category of single-malt will be as good as Japanese in terms of how popular and strong it will be,” said Ashok Chokalingam. Find out more about Amrut’s deep portfolio, and why you should be adding it to your stash.
“To taste or not to taste? That is the question.”