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Edited, part of the flagship selection at Paul John, is a single malt whisky with a hint of peat, hailing from India.
This whisky is exceptional value for quality, with a character similar to some of the best-loved and well-known single malts from Scotland, but with unique flavors that make it undeniably its own.
It is copper pot-distilled, non chill-filtered, and aged on the warm west coast, in Goa, where the climate accelerates the interaction of the spirit with the wood of the casks.
India is fast becoming one to watch in the world of whisky producers. Be one of the first to try this excellent Single Malt from Paul John.
750ml & Proof
|Tasting Notes||Aromas of honey and cocoa, a hint of smoke and a shot of espresso. On the palette you'll find the grassy flavors of barley and subtle peat notes which dissolve into mint and mocha. A long finish that ends on spice, mint, and a gentle peat.|
Ways to Enjoy
Classic: sip neat, with a few drops of water, or on ice
Unexpected: Equal parts Edited and strong black coffee with hazelnut syrup to your taste for the Crème Brûlée Espresso.
Category Winner, World Whiskies Awards 2020
Gold, Tokyo Whisky and Spirits Competition 2019
Edited is created with imported peat from Scotland, both from the Aberdeen Highlands and Islay, this gives it a splendid roundness of flavor and a nice balance. It is copper-pot distilled and non chill-filtered. No additives ever.
Paul John Single Malts are made from 6-row barley grown in the foothills of the Himalayas. Though it has a lower yield than 2-row barley, which is what most of the rest of the industry uses, 6-row barley is higher in both protein and fiber, lending a bold depth of character to the spirit. The 6-row barley also imparts a slightly more oily mouthfeel, which contributes to the whisky's silky taste.
Specially-designed copper pot stills with long necks create fruitier spirits. The double distillation ensures there is prolonged contact with the copper, giving it a distinct, rich, and full-bodied flavor.
The spirit is aged in once-used American oak bourbon barrels imported from the US.
|Terroir||A new single malt tradition is being born in India, at the John distilleries in Goa. Paul John, the owner of one of the most well-known Indian whisky producers, has always been fascinated by Scotland's Single Malts. Along with Master Distiller Michael D'Souza, he set out to craft a fine Indian Single Malt that would enthrall even the truest whisky connoisseur, but with a character all its own. The result is Paul John Single Malt Whisky.|
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