All Seasons Indian whisky
All Seasons is a brand of Indian whisky launched by the OASIS Group India, one of the few IMFL producing companies in India. In addition to All Seasons whisky, the OASIS Group also produces vodka, brandy and gin.
History of All Seasons Indian Whisky
OASIS Group India entered the alcohol industry in 2001 when they established their first distillery in Indore. Presently, the brand owns distilleries in two locations, Ferozepur and Bhatinda, both important places in the state of Punjab.
All Seasons whisky was launched by OASIS recently, and the company claims the brand is performing well in the Northern parts of the country such as the states of Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and territories of Chandigarh and Delhi.
OASIS Group India have also expressed plans to launch the All Seasons whisky brand in Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Kerala and Telangana.
Besides the All Seasons whisky, OASIS Group India have also created a number of spirit based beverages such as OPM Vodka, London High Vodka, Royal Arms whisky, Everyday Gold whisky and Limanov Gin.
Making Process of All Seasons Indian Whisky
All Seasons whisky is a blended Indian whisky which indicates a combination of imported Scottish malts and neutral grain spirit. This effectively allows the makers to lower the prices by marrying the Scotch malts with locally produced neutral spirit.
Alcohol Percentage in All Seasons Indian Whisky
The alcohol strength carried by All Seasons blended whisky is 42.8% ABV, the standard permissible limit for whisky and other spirit based beverages in India.
20th February 2019
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