NOSE: A tug of war between Suet Pudding and dried figs with moderate teasing of orangey citrus. With time, more dried fruits evolve and is a stunner.
PALATE: Viscous, full bodied like a syrup transcending to slat and sweet akin to orange influence and is a joy.
FINISH: Slightly dry and one can neglect it. The finish is moderately sweet and a loud dance of orange on the finale.
COMMENTS: Amrut Naarangi the latest offering from Amrut, the 'Naarangi' derives its name from the Hindi word, Naarangi which means "orange." It is the only single malt whisky ever produced in the world to have expressions of orange, which brings forth a new level of experimentation to the malt world.
Amrut Distillery is family owned and operated, located in Banglore, India, where it has operated since 1948.
Amrut buys bourbon barrels from Heaven Hill, Buffalo Trace and Jack Daniels.
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