8 most expensive whiskies made in India

Apart from being India’s most expensive whisky so far, the Amrut Greedy Angels Chairman’s Reserve is also the first 12-year-old single malt to ever come out of India. It costs $1,000 (Rs74,086).

A product of Radico Khaitan Ltd—the operator of Rampur Distillery in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra hosts a combination of ex-bourbon barrels and European oak. It costs $305 (Rs25,000).

The Mars Orbiter is a limited edition Indian single malt whiskey offered by Paul John and is an ode to the feat of India becoming the first Asian country to reach the Martian Orbit. It costs Rs 38,000.

Getting its name from the 3rd Zodiac sign, Gemini, Paul John Mithuna is one of the exclusives from the brand’s collection. In Goa, it is priced at Rs 20,000 a bottle.

Their Grand Vintage 1996 whiskey is a single malt that’s luxurious and creamy – a product of their pursuit of perfection. Glenmorangie Grand Vintage 1996 is available at Rs 1,05,537.

Dubbed an ‘approachable’ luxury whisky, this award-winning spirit named Dewar’s The Signature 25-Year-Old is a must-have in your home bar. It costs Rs 27,500 approx.

Paul John Kanya has no seven-year itch. After maturing in American oak casks for seven years, this unpeated expression is finished with 50% ABV. It costs Rs18,000 in Goa.

Amrut Distilleries launched the Fusion X (ten) to celebrate 10 years of the award-winning whisky – Amrut Fusion. It costs Rs14,000 in Bengaluru.