“Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough”

– Mark Twain



The history of Amrut Distilleries is as old as the history of independent India itself. Indeed, just as India is now noted as one of the world’s leading economies, so too is Amrut Distilleries an industry leader. In 1948, as India was taking its place as an independent nation, Amrut Distilleries entered the field of liquor making, with an initial investment of a few lakhs. Today’s success has been made possible by the resolve of successive generations of the Jagdale family to embrace value and quality.

Single Malt:  AlC / Vol.: 46%
Colour:Golden Yellow

Tasting Note:

Nose : Distinctly confidant liquorice-bourbon notes with near perfect bitter-sweet balance; burnt honeycomb and toffee also abound

Taste : Outstanding richness and sheen to the enormous barley-oak sweetness; again there is a big bourbony cut to the cloth with all the liquorice and molassed sugar normally associated; but the barley adds that extra dimension

Finish : Long, wonderfully layered oak offering variations of a sweet dry theme; a touch silky with some cream toffee at the death.




Cornerstone of the range, Armorik Classic brings together the best of our warehouse in a very accomplished edition. Marriage of sherry and bourbon casks of different ages, it highlights the quality of aging on the Brittany coast and the expertise of our master blender. This Armorik Classic is presented in an un-chillfiltered edition, exalting its aromas.

Nose: Rich and elegant with touches of nuts (hazelnut) and toasted bread.
A fruity attack that gradually reveals its complexity, with notes of dried fruits and cereals, highlighted by spices.
Long-lasting spicy and sea breeze notes.



Based in Waco, Texas, Balcones have made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting craft distillers in America with their ingenuity, passion and (of course) their whiskies. The Balcones team built most of their distilling equipment themselves, which let them design it to accommodate what they wanted to make. In their own words, they don’t just make whisky in Texas. They make Texas whisky.

Texas Single Malt:  A timeless style of malt whisky, Balcones “1” Texas Single Malt breathes new life into centuries of distilling tradition with classic techniques and ingredients adapted for New World tastes. Opening aromas bear hints of toffee and overripe fruits. On the palate, layers of toasted malt and honey give way to mellow notes of baked pears and apples. A long finish is accompanied by cinnamon and cloves. Texas made, Texas proud, we hope you enjoy the whisky we owe our success to as much as we enjoy making it.

Tasting Notes:

Nose  Ripe, buttered stone fruit, banana and pears; honey and rose water with delicate citrus accents

Taste  Silky and full on the palate; lightly toasted bread with fresh butter and marmalade

Finish  Long finish with lingering toast and burnt sugar notes morphing into rich malt and wood flavors with counterbalancing acidity

Rumble:  Defying categorization both in its composition and its reception, Rumble is a curious twist on spirit styles from around the world. Crafted from fermented Texas wildflower honey, Mission figs and turbinado sugar, it is twice distilled in traditional copper pots then artfully matured in premium oak casks. The result is an elegant and distinctive spirit we have come to love dearly over the years. Rumble epitomizes the independent spirit of Balcones and continues to inspire us. Join us in embracing this one-of-a-kind Texas creation.

Tasting Notes:

Nose  Honey, fruit cocktail, honeysuckle, soft leather, floral musk, hint of mint/eucalyptus, tea tree oil, cinnamon redhots, some unripe stone fruit, dried nectarines, slight tobacco, simple syrup, jasmine, little vanilla

Taste  Light fruit cocktail, subtle leather spice, dried fig/plum, honey, mild rosemary, sweet tea, mint, oak, kiwi, rye, Grapefruit, slight anise

Finish  Medium lingering finish, hint of spice, honey and leather spice fade, minty evaporation



“An intriguing name and an intriguing flavour. Right from the pour you’ll notice the dark colouring‚ a result of maturing for up to seven years in spanish oloroso sherry casks and sweet bourbon barrels. As for the taste‚ this 80% malt premium whiskey floats across the tongue to deliver dark‚ velvety fruity notes right through to the back of your throat.”


Big and full to start off with‚
quickly becoming light with a hint of a spicy fruitbread cake.

Floats across your tongue to the back of your throat where it rests as a slight sherrybread sweetness.

A lingering‚ smooth sweetnessbread that flourishes into your cheeks.

Canadian Club

Our best-selling, flagship whisky is where most folks begin their whisky journey. This is the one that started the legend. A giant of Canadian whisky since 1858, it’s aged longer than the 3 years required by law in oak barrels before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.


Refreshing and Smooth

Bright gold

Fresh and soft, with an almond nuttiness,
hint of peppery spice

Spicy and zesty, complimented with hints of rich oak and sweet vanilla, pleasant sweetness

Clean, dry and lingering with subtle oak

40% alc./vol. 80 proof


Discovery Road


Dutch whiskey! Dominic Roskrow, whisky writer and founder of the Craft Distillers’ Alliance, started the selection to enlighten us to new world whisky from places that wouldn’t be the first to come to mind when you think of whisky production. However, these lesser known locations do make some mighty fine whiskies, and the Discovery Road Smile is a perfect example. Spicy rye, soft warm toffee and red liquorice notes. Delicious.

Few Spirits


Few Spirits is a true grain-to-glass distillery, sourcing as many of their ingredients as possible from nearby the distillery. As the first distillery in Evanston (near Chicago) since prohibition, FEW cheekily takes its name from the initials of Francis Elizabeth Willard, a local woman who was a key figure in the temperance movement! Each of their attractive rectangular bottles also features a different illustration from the Chicago World’s Fair of 1892, another piece of local history.

The generous rye content is married with the sweetness of corn for a genteel interpretation of the venerable spirit. Patiently aged in air-dried oak barrels, its spicy character transcends mere resurgence. Behold – the renaissance of rye.

Tasting Notes:

Nose: Dark chocolate, cherry, plum, stewed red apples and some raisins, as well as cloves and spicy grain.
Palate: Sweet and creamy, with rye spice developing at it sits in the glass. It’s slightly hollow in flavour with chocolate up front with lots of fruit and apple skin and cinnamon at the back.
Finish: Slightly dusty with caraway, dark wood and apple skin.


Flaming Pig


Flaming Pig combines crafted Irish whiskey with clove,cinnamon and black peppercorns for a spicy and sweet flavour. Great in shots, over ice or in a variety of firey cocktails.




Straight from the untouched forests, mountains and pure waters of the Southern Japanese Alps, it is no wonder that Hakushu is a “green and fresh” whisky, praised by the most curious whisky connoisseurs and lovers of gastronomy.Its crisp and vibrant feel, unique in a single malt, enlivens and liberates your senses.

Tasting notes:

Fresh with citric notes.

Color-light gold
Nose-peppermint, melon, cucumber
Palate-yuzu, grapefruit, lemon thyme
Finish- refreshing, subtle smoke



“Kanzen”or complete, Hibiki is a harmonious blend of innumerous malt and grain whiskies which are meticulosly blended to create a full orchestra of flavors and aromas.
Seductive, blossoming and enigmatic, Hibiki celebrates an unrivaled art of blending, fine craftsmanship and a sense of luxury from the House of Suntory. From its launch, Hibiki has been embraced as the paragon of The Art of Japanese Whisky, the very product of Japanese nature and her people.
Hibiki is not only Japan’s most highly awarded blended whisky, but among the most prestigious and honoured whiskies in the world.

Tasting Notes:

Nose-rose, lychee, hint of rosemary,
mature woodiness, sandalwood
Palate-honeylike sweetness, candied orange peel,
white chocolate
Finish- subtle, tender long finish,
with hint of Mizunara (Japanese oak)




Spirit of Hven is one of the world’s smallest distilleries, situated on a beautiful little island between Sweden and Denmark. Single malt whisky production is the focus but various hand crafted spirits are produced by Master Distiller Henric Molin, all of them organic and always aged in oak casks (sometimes for years prior to a final distillation) without carbon or chill filtration.

No 1 Dubhe Single Malt

Tasting Notes: 

Undiluted, without water the scent is herbal with vibrant notes of rose hip, liquorice
and cut hay. Behind the subtle scents of the Orangery is a clear, albeit distinct,
smokiness with elements of tar and leather. The taste is full of ripe fruit with peppers,
the smoke is matched perfectly by the rich vanilla. The emphasis is in the middle of
the tongue, and it has a nice balance between tannins and oiliness.
Diluted, with water about 1: 5 the gentle notes from fermentation and oak maturation
dare show themselves. First impressions are roasted coffee, dark chocolate, leather
and almonds. After a few moments, the scents of old-fashioned root cellar, ripe
apples, saturated aged wood and weak phenols evolves together with sweet wine and
vanilla from maturation. The taste is sweet with some acidity. The aftertaste is slightly
shorter with water but in return, it will lure the scents of a blooming summer meadow,
with a slight note of leather in the horizon. Mouth feel is warm and soft without edges.

No 3 Phecda Single Malt

Tasting Notes:

Undiluted, the whisky has a clear note of leather and salty liquorice, behind the first
peppery note lingers a lovely scent of barbecue and open fireplace. When the scent
buds have tuned in on the high strength the nose is filled with dark chocolate, coffee
and vanilla. The scent is held together by sweetness reminiscent of old port wine.
The taste is potent https://healthsavy.com/product/adderal/ with good balance between sweetness and bitterness. Medium long
aftertaste with an oily note, balanced well midst tongue. A slightly peppery finish.
Diluted, with water, the smoky notes are toned down a bit and transcends to mocca
and sweet liquorice, the sweet notes from the Missouri oak appears and lifts the vanilla
character being balanced by a soft note of coconut and fresh malted barley. Thoughts
go to a picnic on a wet summer meadow eating a dark bread roll with hazelnut cream.
The taste improves with a dash of water lifting the sweet notes and the oak vanilla. The
French Petraea oak becomes more apparent and contributes with notes of dry
aniseed, herbs and hints of pepperiness. The aftertaste is soft with notes of citrus and
red berries. The finish is medium long with a gentle smokiness balanced by vanilla.

Jack Ryan Malt Whiskey

Jack Ryan’s pub is a famous old Dublin established on Haddington Road, it is also known by many locals as Beggars Bush. The pub traded as a traditional grocers for many years with a pub and shop operating in unison. At the time they bottled their own brand of malt whiskey that was sourced from the old DWD on Jones Road. This new whiskey is a limited edition recreation of the brand, DWD is long gone so the whiskey comes to them via the Teeling Whiskey Company. Limited to a production of just 1450 bottles. Lots of malt, and tropical fruit flavour characters. This has been matured in ex-bourbon casks.
Tasting Notes:
Nose Intense tropical fruit aromas of passionfruit, pineapple, lemon and orange peel with a touch on cinnamon and ginger.
Palate Smooth and oily textured. Even at the full 46% it is soft and easy to drink. Flavours of fresh pineapple, lemon, oranges, marmalade and ginger snap with some honey and oak.
Finish Becomes more malty and biscuity with the oak flavours also shining through.
Colour Bright gold in colour.



Kilbeggan® is a unique Irish Whiskey. Like most Irish people, Kilbeggan® is easy going and approachable, but with its own distinctive style. The finest grain and malt whiskeys are blended together for a smooth, sweet taste and lovely malt finish, a characteristic of our pot still that is over 180 year old and still at the heart of Kilbeggan® Irish whiskey.

Tasting Notes:

The nose is smooth and gentle with nut oils, hazelnut and barley, cereal sweetness and a little peat. The palate is of good body with honeyed sweetness and malt. The finish is short with oaked dryness.



From The Barrel:   Matured malt whisky and grain whisky are blended and then re-casked (a process known as “marriage”) to create a rich harmony of distinctly different whiskies. “From the Barrel” is bottled directly from re-casked barrels of whisky and features almost the same alcohol percentage. At 51.4% alcohol content, this whisky possesses a distinctive personality characterized by solidity, depth of taste and a richly expanding aroma.

Tasting Notes:

Nose: Medium-body with good balance. There are notes of cut flowers and fresh fruits, spice and a little oak.

Palate: Full-bodied and punchy. There is plenty of winter spice and toffee, a little caramel and vanilla and a good mouthful of fruit.

Finish: Long, warming and fruity with a little oaken spice.




Born in Scotland and raised in Jerez.  Introducing a new category to the whisky market. Distilled and aged in Scotland, finished in Spain.  Nomad Outland Whisky is a bright, topaz coloured whisky, born from a collaboration between Gonzalez Byass and renowned whisky distiller Richard Paterson.

26 malts and six grains are expertly blended together in Scotland, resulting in inviting aromas with malty fragrance, reminiscent of oak and sherry due to its ageing in American oak barrels.  The whisky is then transported to the Gonzalez Byass Bodega in Jerez, where it is finished in Perdro Ximinez sherry barrels.

The unique conditions result in a whisky that is smooth and elegand on the palate, with prominent flavours of raisins and honey and a distinctive bouquet.

Tasting notes:

A long finish, pleasant with hints of vanilla and dried fruits
A very elegant whisky with a complex aftertaste.

Paul John Brilliance 


ABV 46%

All the brilliance of Goa is bottled up in this Single Malt. Its sparkling hues are reminiscent of sun-kissed beaches. The six-row barley for this whisky comes from the foothills of the Himalayas. Brilliance is matured in bourbon casks, to give you absolute sensory delight.

It couldn’t gather more brilliance than this!

Nose The Demerara sugars give off a whiff of sweet fragrances, with a hint of cinnamon, dash of honey and faint spices.

Palate  Sweet and spice and all things nice, make this Single Malt. The honey-like smoothness is offset by the crunchy-bar-like crispness. Somewhere, there is also a tinge of cocoa.


Finish  Brilliance has a smooth and beautifully relaxed finish, with a hint of mild spices and deep intense vanilla.


Paul John Bold 


ABV 46%

Bold is a journey that leads you down the unexplored, uncharted terrains of Goa. It offers you a slice of it’s best kept secrets, unravelling the mysteries bit by little bit. This expression invites you to leave the trail, tread the path less taken and plunge headlong into the delicious depths of Goa.


After the slightest whiff of smoke, a dizzying array of Manuka honey, prickly spice and bourbonesque red liquorice takes over.


This melt-in-the-mouth malt has the most profound flavours crashing in like waves. At first, the delivery feels sublimely silky and studded with oak-like honey, before you’re surprised by a heft second wave of spice. This is followed by a cloudy, smoky feel that coats the roof of the mouth and leaves dry molasses, peaty soot and copper in it’s wake.


Light with a tinge of copper. You can also sense a gorgeous smoked mocha shaped by delicate spices.




The Madeira finish single malt Welsh whisky defines our ‘house style of whiskies’.  Distilled in our unique copper pot still, matured in bourbon barrels, finished in rich Madeira wine casks and bottled at premium strength, this single malt whisky is smooth, light in character and softly golden in colour.

Tasting Notes:

At a generous 46% ABV, it has a classic freshness with aromas of cream toffee, rich fruit and raisins. The palate is crisp and finely rounded, with the sweetness to balance an appetising dryness. Notes of tropical fruit, raisins and vanilla persist in the finish.


Sonoma Rye Whiskey

Sonoma County Distilling Company’s cornerstone spirit, Sonoma Rye Whiskey, is truly a rye whiskey the way it’s supposed to be. Using only traditional techniques like direct-fire alembic stills and hand separation, overseeing production from grain to glass. 

Combining unmalted rye from Canada and malted rye from a historic malt house outside of London, to provide the purest foundation for the whiskey in a unique, 100% rye mash bill. From here the same methods from the 16th century are used to distill the spirits to embrace the small inconsistencies that many other whiskies avoid, working to promote high flavour over high alcohol to showcase the spice and depth of this robust grain. 

The finished product is refined through a barrel aging process consisting of time in new-charred American oak as well as old wood. The maritime variations of Sonoma County’s daily climate fluctuations ensure a consistent relationship between the whiskey and the wood.

The approach and appellation combine to capture the true essence of the rye grain. Forward notes of vanilla, allspice and black pepper are followed by a nutty, dry finish resulting from the malt.



Third release in the Premium range of Teeling expressions completing our full range of non aged Irish whiskeys. Made from 100% Malted Barley from a range of different ages including Malt whiskey distilled in 1991. Aim to produce the most flavoursome NA Irish Single Malt based on our innovative maturation/finishing techniques while retaining the distinctive Irish smoothness. Consists of a vatting of 5 different wine cask (Sherry, Port, Madeira, White Burgundy, Cabernet Sauvignon) finished Irish Malt whiskeys. Like all the Teeling whiskeys it is bottled at 46% with no chill filtration allowing for all the natural flavours of the whiskey to be retained.


Vibrant with notes of melon, figs, toffee and lemon

A balance mix of dry fruits, citrus, vanilla, spice and cloves

Long with sweetness in harmony with dry tannins from the wood



Togouchi is a blended Japanese whisky from the producers Chugoku Jozo, who mature their whisky in a tunnel rather than a warehouse, which was built for a railway but never used. The name comes from where the tunnel is located, in the town of Togouchi, which merged with two other towns to create a town called Akiota. Although blended in Japan, Togouchi Premium Whisky is a mixture of Scottish malt and Canadian grain.

Hazelnut and freshly cut grass

Sweet and gentle, with notes of honey, nutmeg and white pepper

Smooth and spiced


The early floral yet biscuit flavour reflects the grain whiskey, while the soft spicy notes can be attributed to the pot still whiskey in the blend. The citrus flavour is complemented by the malt. Finally notice the nutty or even marzipan note combined with distinctive vanilla in the finish – imparted by the sherry and bourbon casks used in maturation.

Light, sweet citrus and green apple combined with vanilla undertones.
Early fresh fruit leads to a definite light spike followed by some toasted wood which evolves into a delicious vanilla sweetness.
Put the glass down as you sense the almost buttery mellowness.


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