Thanks to /u/devoz for this sample.
Indian heat and whisky methods, European Rye, Amrut yeast, and a friendly competition between two obsessive Canucks.
That’s what’s lead us here. An assortment of international reasons that have lead me here.
Amrut Rye seems insane. A company that makes Single Malts in a very distinctive Scottish way. The last thing I expected from them was a dram that was American in style. I enjoy rye for what they are, with big orange and floral notes.
I’ve had rye made with European rye as well. They are different from American, and one of the few times I truly believe in terroir.
I’ve had ryes that were hyper aged. A lot of American ones, and even the odd Canadian one that wasn’t. The difference is quite interesting. I prefer the hyper aged ones.
And I’ve had my fair share of Amruts, in the aforementioned competition…
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