Rampur Indian Single Malt Whisky
Rampur Indian single malt whisky is distilled in India’s oldest distillery in traditional copper pot stills. Rampur whisky is one of the whisky brands in india that has been distilled since 1943 spanning across almost 8 decades. The climatic conditions found in the Indian Himalayas are perfect for the production of Rampur single malt, with the summer season providing an added dimension and depth.
Rampur single malt is a non-chill filtered whisky that’s aged in the foothills of the Himalayas. Indian whiskies are known to mature faster than their European counterparts due to the nation’s climate.
Rampur whisky has a unique, smooth and mellow taste with a pleasant, lingering finish. This handcrafted whisky has made its way from India to the shelves of liquor stores in Las Vegas. Here are some characteristics of Rampur Indian single malt.
Rampur Single Malt Tasting Notes
Aroma and Nose
Prominent fruity top note with toffee in the background; honey, floral, dried fruits and traces of balanced spices.
Overall balanced taste with creamy vanilla and malt. Traces of fruits like apple and apricot with sweet and winey taste.
Appearance & Finish
Rich and long finish ideal for the taste buds; the colour of Rampur single malt is golden amber.
Rampur whisky is available across more than a dozen nations including UK, Germany, Canada, USA, Ghana, Hong Kong, New Zealand, UAE, etc. It’s expected to be available in several EU markets in the foreseeable future. The origins of this whisky can be traced to a small district in western Uttar Pradesh called Rampur; hence the name of this brand. The company that produces Rampur whisky is called Radico Khaitan Ltd.
Radico Khaitan insist that their motto is, “quality over quantity” and this is confirmed by the fact that despite having malts aging for over quarter of a century, the brand never rushed into releasing its offerings.
20th February 2019http://rampursinglemalt.com/our-craft/
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Rampur Single Malt Whisky
Rampur Distillery was the original name for Radico Khaitan, India's fourth largest spirits company. It has been making whisky for more than half a century, and started producing malted barley for its blends in 1990, but only launched its first single malt for export in 2016. This is a creamy and malty whisky with notes of vanilla, apricot and apple.
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