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Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky

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Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky is made from two barleys: that from the Himalayas as is typical of Amrut whiskies and Scottish barley selected by their distiller. The scottish barley is peated, lending a bit of Scottish smoke to the flavor of the whisky.

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This bottle has 2 ratings and 2 reviews.
Muncher Muncher (663)
Rating: 4.0 (2016-01-08)
This one sure is a unique whisky. It was on sale at the liquor store for $49 and I've always been curious about it so I took a chance. The nose is unusual. I definitely pick up the notes from the peated Scottish barley, but the Himalayan barley adds notes that are different. Those notes are very hay like with a hint of barn animal funk (sounds weird I know). The palate brings the experience back into familiar territory and is where this whisky really shines. On the palate it's a lot like Talisker but with the salt/brine cranked up even higher. There's peat, salt, pepper, and a little barley/honey sweetness in the background. It's bold, robust, and intense; just the way I like it. The finish is pretty much just the palate characteristics but with their intensity gradually reducing to nothing. Aside from the barn animal funk, I like this whisky and the overall experience was good enough to warrant seeking out some of their other offerings to try.
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Phizbin (2016-01-09):
"Barn animal funk" is not moving me to buy this (and I was considering it). I've gotten hay and grass on a lot of other malt whiskey. I wonder if it's somehow in the distillation that creates that flavor rather than the barley? I don't know... I just know I've had other malts and thought: "Grass!" And not the kind that's legal in Oregon and Colorado but the stuff you cut in the fields.

Muncher (2016-01-10):
I hear you! I took my time through 2 glencairns of this whisky trying to accurately describe the strange notes I was getting on the nose and the "barn animal funk" is what I kept coming back to as my best descriptor. If you can find it at a bar (where you don't have to buy a full bottle) I'd really like to hear your thoughts. Maybe you can pinpoint it a little better than I did!

Wuli27 Wuli27 (63)
Rating: 5.0 (2014-03-10)
The finish goes on and on and on....
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