The Black Grouse Scotch
A delicious blended whisky, we love this peaty version of Famous Grouse. Jim Murray awarded it 94 points in the Whisky Bible. The Black Grouse, or Tetrao tetrix, is a declining species in Europe.
Medium, quite smoky. Solid peat note, rummy sweetness, touch of dry wood.
Medium, balanced. Peat smoke, caramel, spice.
Long, slightly peaty.
The Black Grouse Scotch Tasting Notes
Medium, quite smoky. Solid peat note, rummy sweetness, touch of dry wood
Long, slightly peaty.
Medium, balanced. Peat smoke, caramel, spice.
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Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky
Single malt whiskies are the poison of choice for many a whisky lover, and for many years, Indian whisky lovers were devoid of a domestic single malt whisky brand that was delivering a product that could match up with some of the most established whisky brand around the world.
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Amrut Naarangi Indian Single Malt Whisky
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