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Top 5 Indian Alcohols Every Tippler Should Try Once

By on March 10, 2017

There are many different types of alcoholic drinks that come from different parts of the world. Though all drinks are supposed to give us a good high, not all alcoholic beverages reach the standards, and that’s why there are some alcoholic drinks that are consumed more than the rest.
We would like to enlighten you with 5 of the top and highest selling Indian alcohol brands. There’s something special about each of these brands and every social drinker should certainly try them once in their lifetime.


1| Amrut Single Malt

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Launched in 2004, Amrut is the very first single malt whisky made in India. Amrut is manufactured by Amrut Distilleries and sells in more than 15 countries including the United States, United Kingdom and Australia. It has 11 variants which include Amrut Fusion Single Malt Whisky, a blend of Scottish peated barley and Indian barley. If you are a single malt lover, you should definitely give this one a go.


2| Paul John

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Another remarkable Indian single malt whisky which has made its mark on the ‘map of alcohol’ is Paul John. Manufactured by John Distilleries, its single malt Distillery is based in Goa. This award-winning brand initially launched in the UK in 2012 and received tremendous response. Soon, they started selling in other parts of Europe where people are passionate about drinking whisky. Between 2013 and 2015, Paul John launched in India’s major cities such as Goa, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chandigarh and Pune. It has 4 variants and has received multiple awards in the last three years. Another must try Indian alcohol if single malt whisky is your thing.


3| Sula Wine

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Wine is not only delicious but has incredible heath benefits too. And you don’t have to be a regular wine drinker. Just half a glass every now and then can be good for you and if you are looking for a good Indian brand, then Sula is the one. Sula Vineyard was established in 1998 by Mumbai-born businessman Rajeev Samant – who we had the pleasure of interviewing back in 2014 (Click here to read the full interview). Sula has grown to become one of India’s most selling wine brands and its winery in Nashik region has become the ‘wine capital of the country’ with over 50 wineries. So, don’t miss out on this one.


4| Old Monk

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Launched in 1954, Old Monk aka OMR is one of the most renowned and oldest Indian dark rums. Old Monk is not just liked in India but all around the world. Produced in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, OMR is matured for a minimum of 8 years. For years, Old Monk has been the most selling Indian Made Foreign Liquor in Indian. So, a must try!


5| Antiquity

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Awarded the “Silver Best in Class”, Antiquity whisky is one of a kind with spectacular taste and effect. The Indian whisky was launched in 1992 and is available in two variants. Antiquity’s major competitors are Blender’s Pride and Royal Challenge, also an Indian whisky.

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