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amrut-spectrum-8e954c0768955dc3220aefd4ba3aaf21b1ba1735Ever had a whiskey from a hybrid whiskey barrel, that is to say, a whiskey which was aged in a barrel made from different wood types? It is a very rare bird this kind of expression, which is what piqued India-based Amrut’s curiosity as to how such a spirit might evolve. With this thought in mind, the distillery recently unveiled Spectrum.

Amrut Spectrum is an Indian single malt which first was aged for three years in ex-bourbon barrels. From there it was then transferred for further maturation into a specially crafted barrel which was made somewhere in Europe. Here…

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