Celto-Indian whisky

Discussion in 'The Spirits Forum' started by Tom Cannavan, Nov 8, 2016.

  1. Tom Cannavan

    Tom Cannavan Administrator

    A press release just in. Sounds interesting, though I wonder if it is more than a gimmick:

    "We're unveiling The Kincardine, our pioneering Scotch-Indian fusion whisky, today. It's the follow-up to our immensely successful Glover whisky and like its predecessor focuses on the achievements of a Scottish historical figure.

    Victor Bruce was the inspiration for The Kincardine whisky, and his tale makes for a good read. He was 9th Earl of Elgin and 13th Earl of Kincardine, and appointed Viceroy of India in late 19th century. He made quite an impact, economically and socially, both in India and in the UK. There's some lovely archive pics from his time there included in this package.

    The Kincardine is made from whisky from Amrut Distillery in Bangalore, and Scotch from Glen Elgin and Macallan. It tastes spectacular. "
  2. Interesting. I like Amrut fusion so I'd like to try this.

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