Sterling Reserve Premium Blended Whisky
From the house of Allied Blenders and Distilleries, the Sterling Reserve brand of premium blended whiskies are available in two variants, the Sterling Reserve Blend 7, and the Sterling Reserve Blend 10. These are no-age-statement blends of Scottish malts and Indian grain spirits.
History of the Sterling Reserve Whisky
Sterling Reserve is a brand of premium blended Indian whisky from the house of Allied Blenders and Distilleries, commonly known as ABD, the organization behind Officer’s Choice whisky, an economicy whisky brand.
The Sterling Reserve Premium Blended Whisky was introduced in the Indian market in 2018.
Making Process of the Sterling Reserve Whisky
Sterling Reserve Blend 10 is made from the finest Indian grain spirits and Scotch malts sourced from barrels of distinct origins. The whisky is chill filtered to offer a balanced, smooth finish. The blend is known for its honeyed sweetness, nuttiness of the barley and fruity and heathery nose. Its palate consists of rich oak, citrus, vanilla and berries.
Sterling Reserve Premium Blended Whisky is known for its smooth, crisp and lively finish.
Alcohol Percentage of the Sterling Reserve Whisky
Like most Indian whisky brands, the Sterling Reserve Premium Blend 10 has an alcohol percentage of 42.8%. The whisky is available in 750ml, 375ml, 180ml and 90ml premium canisters.
Sterling Reserve Whisky Price
In India, the Sterling Reserve Premium Blended Whisky price varies from territory to territory due to the variation in liquor taxation policies across Indian states and union territories. However, generally Sterling Reserve Premium is a whisky under ₹1000. To know exact price of Sterling Reserve Premium Blended Whisky in your region, refer to the monthly liquor price list released by the excise department.
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Sterling Reserve Blend 10
From the house of Allied Blenders and Distilleries, the Sterling Reserve brand of premium blended whiskies were introduced in the Indian market in 2018. Available in two variants, the Sterling Reserve Blend 7, and the Sterling Reserve Blend 10, they are no-age-statement blends of Scottish malts and Indian grain spirits.
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