As each drop is as delicate as a pearl on a sting, with the golden waves colliding with the pulsating spices from India- the Great Indian Single Malt is one of the most versatile spirits on the table. The 6-Row Barley used in the malt is specially grown in the foothills of Himalayas and is harvested during summer for its perfect maturity, unlike the two-row barley from Scotland. The boldness is admired with a lot more proteins and tannins, as a result, there is a lot of fatty acids that adds to the character.'
From germination to malting and peating of these special barley grains comes with a distinctive smokiness and taste; while the non-chill filtering helps in retaining their original color and taste. For Peated Whisky, Peat is imported from Scotland – Islay and Aberdeen. Goa’s weather is endured as it helps in the faster maturation at an angel share of 8%, than any other whisky produced in the colder climate. The double distillation of the single malt in traditionally designed copper pot stills makes the spirit acquire a distinct, rich, full-bodied flavor.
Flagship – the glorified flagship collection comprises of- Brilliance, Edited and Bold. Brilliance being the unpeated whisky, Edited having a hint of peat and Bold being royally enriched with peat.
Select Casks – skillfully crafted and anchored, the Select Casks whiskies are drawn from select cask profiles thus providing them with a distinct character.
Single Casks – Unique, priceless and limited, our Single Casks are for the true connoisseurs.
Rarities – Limited editions of Paul John comes in a bow of Kanya and Oloroso. Its sheer rarity amalgamated with intense flavors, draws anyone closer for a sip from the land of diversity. It is an affirmative choice for any enthusiast’s collection.
THE GREAT INDIAN SINGLE MALT Uniqueness
The production of the finest Single Malt Indian Whisky has its ABV craft fully measured and adhered. With the flagship consisting of 46% ABV, Single Cask 55.5% ABV, Oloroso 57.5% ABV and Kanya with 50%ABV.
The six-row barley used in the malt is specially grown in the foothills of Himalayas and is harvested during summer for its perfect maturity, unlike the two-row barley from Scotland.
The non chill-filtered factor of the Paul John Indian Single Malt, enables it to produce a 100% natural flavoured whisky without any added preservatives or colours.
No Added Flavour or Colour
The Great Indian Single Malt takes pride in being 100% natural with no added colours or flavours. The whisky is produced in its finest form to cater to its finest clienteles.
The water used for the production of the Paul John Indian Single Malt is fresh rainwater flowing through the coastline of the Western Ghats, adding on to the purity of the spirit.
Ably designed long necked copper pot stills used in the distillery, enabling the making of fruitier spirits. The Double-distillation process and prolong intimate contact with the copper; renders a distinct, rich and full-bodied flavor to the spirits.
Imported charred American Oak barrels and Sherry Cask barrels are used for the aging of the new make spirit. These oaks add on to the flavour, aroma and colour of the Indian Single Malt whisky.
Goa Tropical Climate
The rows of palm trees, tropical sultry climate and fresh rainwater flowing through the coastline of the Western Ghats; produces an enticing whisky taste, encapsulating the essence of India. The angel share in Goa is 8%, thus enabling a faster maturation.
Master Distiller Michael D'souza
The tale of the Great Indian Single Malt isn’t just a story to narrate but a commemoration. Winning the hearts of various whisky aficionado and lovers, hasn’t been easy. Lit with laurels from the most prestigious institutions of Whisky; Paul John Indian Single Malt has been awarded the Liquid Gold Award by Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, has been crowned with the Best Indian Single Malt Award along with the Best Asian Whisky Award. The Double Gold Award from San Francisco World Spirits Competition are just few to name. Experience the best and the most Indian expressions of whisky by Paul John.
World Whisky Ambassador of the year 2017
The Global Luxury Masters 2016
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible Award 2016
Wizards of Whisky Award 2017 Gold
Best Indian Single Malt - Peated
San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017 - DOUBLE GOLD & BEST OTHER WHISKY
BEST ASIAN WHISKY 2018 - KANYA, WHISKY BIBLE
Asian Whisky of the Year 2018 - Peated Select Cask
Chairman's Trophy 2018 - Ultimate Spirits Challenge USA
The mystique of The Great Indian Single Malt needs to be unraveled with great mastery. Here is how you can bring alive the many facets of Goa and experience all the heady sensations it has to offer.
Your sense of smell will truly transport you to Goa. Holding the rim of the glass an inch away from your nose, tilt the glass slightly towards yourself. Gently breathe in the aromas. Let the notes flutter in. Free your senses to explore every inch of Goa.
Pour yourself a small peg of the Single Malt. For the best experience, use a snifter, or a tulip glass. Allow it to breathe for at least ten minutes.
Now swirl it around gently, letting the Single Malt coat the glass. As the volatile vapours break free, the first hint of aromas sets in. Take a moment to admire the consistency of the amber liquid as it coats your glass.
To experience The Great Indian Single Malt at its best, do not add any water. But if you do wish to underplay the flavours a bit, add no more than a few droplets of water.
Savour Goa by taking the tiniest of sips. Take in just enough to coat your mouth. Swirl it around your tongue, tantalising every single taste bud. Feel the consistency. Let the flavours speak. Then swallow it.
The finish lets you linger, allowing you to savour The Great Indian Single Malt for a little longer. The aftertaste leaves you with a subtle yet distinct impression.