Perfecting the blend, Royal Stag Barrel Select
The Indian appetite for a fine whisky is as legendary as Hercules! Even as one of the largest consumers of whisky in the world, we do have a penchant for home-grown brands. While single malt and blended ultra-premium whisky brands are widely popular, blended Indian whiskies are also enjoyed with similar fervor the whisky lovers.
Tasting notes truly define a well-made spirit, and Seagram's Royal Stag is an epitome in that sense. It’s easily one of the most popular whiskies in India. Now, the brand has introduced a premium variant of this beloved spirit. The Royal Stag Barrel Select is a blend of imported malts from Scotland mixed with some of the finest Indian grain spirits. While discussing whiskies, tasting notes truly define a well-made spirit.
Enjoying the Leafy Aroma of Royal Stag Barrel Select
Royal Stag Barrel Select is a medium-bodied whisky with generous hints of fruity smokiness. The pleasant and smooth finish gives Royal Stag the reputation of having the Perfect Taste. The brand markets it as a whisky for the young, confident, progressive, and inspiring individuals who embody self-belief.
Ways to enjoy your Royal Stag Barrel Select more
Every whisky lover in India can relate with Royal Stag, often as the first spirit they ever tasted. It has an emotional connect which makes revisiting the Royal Stag Barrel Select an even more special experience. Here are a few ways to enjoy a bottle of Royal Stag Barrel Select with your friends and family:
Share a bottle with your friends on a rainy day
Transform a damp rainy day into an impromptu celebration with a bottle of Royal Stag Barrel Select and a few of your best buddies. Complement your evening with vibrant conversation and some good food.
Transform your beach trip into a party
Make a trip to the beach special with some Royal Stag Barrel Select cocktails before you stick your toes in the sand and enjoy a game of football or beach volleyball.
Your last Stag party ever
Commemorate your proverbial last night as a bachelor/bachelorette with singing, dancing, endless banter and a bottle of Royal Stag Barrel Select. It doesn’t get smoother than that we promise.
A tipsy twist to your party games
When playing "Truth or Dare" or "Never have I ever", turn your games night into a fun-filled memorable evening with Royal Stag Barrel Select.
Foods that pair well with Royal Stag Barrel Select
- Paneer or Chicken Tikka and Kebabs
- A flavorful Rogan Josh
- Crab or shrimp cooked in coconut oil
- Aloo tikki, channa chaat and spiced potato with chickpeas
- Daal tadka with thick gravy and salad
Best Cocktails with Royal Stag Barrel Select
- Soda highball: Add soda and lots of ice to a glass of whisky and garnish with a cherry
- Whisky cooler: Mix whisky, lemon juice, powdered sugar, angostura bitters, and water and garnish with a lemon slice
- Boozy brew tea: Infuse tea in boiling water with some sugar syrup and let it cool before mixing it with lemon juice and whisky and garnish with orange and lemon slices
- Ginger lime highball: Add the whisky and ginger ale in a tall glass and drop a lemon wedge
We Indians believe that happiness doubles and sorrow is halved when shared. Royal Stag Barrel Select whisky shares that anecdote to the letter. The refined notes, an evolved fruity palate, and a slightly smoky flavor make it the best budget whisky under 1000 INR (in Delhi NCR, UP, Maharashtra and Rajasthan).
That’s all from us, now it’s time to go out and try it yourself.
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