A flare of sweet spiced aroma evoking the nostalgic notes of toffee, dried fruits and cinnamon; a dash of creamy vanilla and rain forest honey follows.
Rich sweet caramel twirled with layers of spices entices the taste buds to detect winey texture & mouth feel.
Long finish with dried fruits; complementing the vanilla & honey after taste.
Full-bodied aroma of tropical fruits, smooth malty tones and oaky notes from double oak-wood barrels create an aurora of flavors.
Lustful elegance of sweet fruits; riding on rich sherry for a blissful nirvana.
Tantalisingly long, lingering and generous.
Typical tropical fruity note of Rampur with added notes of apricot, blackberry & plum followed with a faint hint of tobacco and spices.
Velvety, manuka honey sweetness highlighted by spicy oak, vanilla and balanced with dryness from Indian red wine.
The Indian trail lingers with a medium finish.
Nose: Good core of juicy barley. Ryvita with salted butter. Cinnamon-dusted-red berries, with a little green apple skin following it up.
Palate: Chomp Bars - lots of chewy caramel and chocolate here. Picks up from lively spice along the way, with a little bit of waxy orange peel on the mid palate.
Finish: Orange lingers. Surprisingly long, with the rye notes from the nose coming back in full force.
Overall: A fine Indian single malt from John Distilleries.
Nose: Toasted cereal, big barley and honey notes, Hob Nobs! Slightly vegetal peatiness, lemon and seaweed. Some beach bonfire but the peat isn't overpowering. Malty.
Palate: Wood spices, a bowl of porridge with honey and then demerara whilst sat beside a fireplace.
Finish: A touch of mocha, oak and perhaps old fashioned liquorice.
Overall: Peated Indian single malt whisky from John Distilleries that shows very well at what we would usually consider a young age.
Nose: Fragrant toasted barley, dried grass, a little kipper smoke, citrus peels, green apple and brown sugar.
Palate: Honeyed oak and fruity coffee with that Islay peat again making its character gently known. Spicy porridge, lime and dry toast.
Finish: Peaty, peppered oak.
Overall: Fully peated Paul John single malt whisky from India!
Nose: Treacle and butterscotch, with baked pineapple, sweet malt and fig.
Palate: Honeyed cinnamon and barley sugar, with a smidge of salt bringing balance alongside ripe orchard fruit.
Finish: Crystallised ginger lingers alongside vanilla and milk chocolate.