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Many people may not immediately think of India as a major Whisky producer, but that’s exactly what it is. The malt made there is diverse and exciting. The first producers of Whisky in India were Amrut, who have been established since 1948, although they produced other Spirits first. It was in 1982 that they started producing Whisky. However, single malts were not popular at the time, so the liquid was used to create blends.
Paul John, the second most notable Indian Whisky producer, has been creating Whisky since 1996. Again, they mostly specialised in blends, but began making single malt in 2008. It is still made in pot stills and oak casks, so a lot of the processes are the same. The flavours will be affected by environment and ingredients used. Any peated malts made in India are made from Scottish peat of pre-peated barley that has been imported.
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