There are just too many Liquor & Spirits available in the market but do you know which is the right choice for the right occasion? Well, Worry Not! We bring you the comprehensive guide to the 35 Best Alcohol Brands In India with their pricing, ABV (Alcohol By Volume) and other necessary details. Make sure you go through this guide and make a better choice the next time you decide on a party.
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That's the problem with drinking, I thought, as I poured myself a drink. If something bad happens you drink in an attempt to forget if something good happens you drink in order to celebrate and if nothing happens you drink to make something happen.
― Charles Bukowski, Women
When it comes to alcohol, Nothing spells better than an ice cold Beer. People likely have a tendency to consume beer as they find it a refreshing drink that comfortably goes with any age groups whether it is an oldie or a young. Beer is a favorite drink for all and loved by the nation. This is the drink that perfectly fits with any scene especially well with traveling since one can start a beer party almost anywhere. Whether it’s the hills or the deserts, just open a bottle and start having the time of your life because a lovely conversation and good memories start with a bottle of Beer. So without further ado, let’s just explore a few of the Best Beer Brands in India.
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We are sure you'll be pleasantly amazed to discover that the listing is a little wider than Kingfisher and Tuborg. From the Exotic Brands to the Country Made and the bottled beers brands like Heineken and Hoegaarden, the offerings would please even the snootiest connoisseur. And don’t care about the beer belly, we hear whispers that it’s a fable, and we’re inclined to trust those mumblings.
Kingfisher isn't just a beer, it’s a religion in itself. One of the finest and Best Beer Brands in India, Kingfisher is the most recognized and extensively available brand that unites beer lovers across the country. This is the one true national player, that regardless of the difficult situation, remains the “King of Good Times”. Exceptional flavor, good price, and great distribution are what makes Kingfisher the most trustable and broadly consumed beer in India.
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Kingfisher was released in India in 1978 and since then it has acquired a massive market share of about 40%, although this has now decreased by 4.3% in recent years according to market studies. The very popular Kingfisher strong, containing around 8% alcohol, leads the Indian beer market. It has more flavor than the regular Kingfisher premium, which has 4.8% alcohol. Another variation is Kingfisher Blue, marketed as the young and trendy. This is also a strong beer with the alcohol content around 8% but it has a very mild watery flavor. Distinctive and full-bodied Kingfisher ultra, crafted from imported ingredients, is the most modern label to hit the marketplace.
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₹ 100.00 For Kingfisher Draught Beer-CAN 500ML.
₹ 125.00 For Kingfisher Premium Lager Beer 650ML.
Alcohol Percentage: 8%
The tagline of Carlsberg “Probably The Best in The World” is ironic because it’s far away from the best even in countries that don’t produce much beer themselves. Surprising even though it’s a notably huge brand, it’s still not available at a number of places. Talking about the taste and flavor, this spiffy beer has grainy bittersweet notes and offers a pretty clean drinking experience. This is the kind of beer you want to sip on by the poolside, and delicately pair a light salad or even a fruit platter with it.
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₹ 100.00 For Carlsberg Elephant Strong Super Premium Beer-CAN-500ML.
₹ 120.00 For Carlsberg All Malt Premium Beer-CAN-500ML
Alcohol Percentage: 5%
This clever party beer with the handy pull tab is driving our youth with its mighty potency and quite the distinct bitterness. Conveniently available everywhere, this Danish brand has probably unlocked the distribution secret in India like no other. For it to be competent to survive in the market for this long without actually having any taste is an achievement in itself.
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Tuborg is a Danish brewing company which was started in 1873 by Carl Frederik Tietgen. Since 1970 it has come under Carlsberg Group. The brewery was set up in Hellerup which is a part of northern Copenhagen, Denmark. It is one of the finest beer and is loved by people because of the combination of fine taste and economical rate.
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₹ 95.00 For Tuborg Green Beer-CANS-500ML.
₹ 120.00 For Tuborg STRONG PREMIUM Beer 650ML.
Alcohol Percentage: 4.8%
4. Bira 91
Pass over mainstream beers, Bira 91 (the number stands for India’s country code) is a brand new craft beer that's taking urban India by storm. Introduced in 2015, it's already turned out to be a household call amongst beer fans and is the very best selling premium beer in lots of the capital city bars. The company pursuits to fill the space in the market for a "trendy, unorthodox, fun and smart brand of beer". It's positioned between the mainstream Indian beer brands and steeply-priced imported ones.
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In order to identify and create beers that would suit the Indian palate, the company's founder spent three months traveling across Europe. Bira 91 started out with two varieties that are much milder (with alcohol content below 5%) than other beers in the Indian market. Bira 91 White Ale is a low-bitterness wheat beer with a hint of spicy citrus, while Bira 91 Blonde is a flavorful lager with extra hops and malt. The company has subsequently introduced strong and light beers. Bira 91 Light is a low-calorie beer with reduced alcohol content (4%) for health-conscious consumers. Bira 91 Strong is a high-intensity wheat beer with an alcohol content of 7%. In a testament to Bira's desirability, the company launched without a marketing campaign and has relied on word of mouth. In May 2017, Bira 91 was featured in the United Nations’ Beer of the Month Program.
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₹ 170-220 For Bira White Beer-CANS-330ML Pint.
Alcohol Percentage: 7%
Heineken, an iconic Dutch pale lager is almost a perfect combination of flavor, price and is extremely popular across the country and cherished for its relatively strong punch and a full-bodied taste. Acknowledged for its signature green bottle and the red star, this pale lager is available unanimously across thekas and pubs leading it to one of the most popular and best beer brands in India.
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₹ 190.00 For Heineken Lager Beer 650ML.
Alcohol Percentage: 5%
So, the next time you feel like unwinding yourself partying with your gang or getting a round of your favorite Beer, make a little more informed decision. Know that there is a beer available for every mood and every occasion, and this curated list of the best beer brands in India is all you need to get the gluttony going!
If there is one drink we call that can coalesce the nation, it's the perfect old-fashioned whiskey. Whiskey not only pours fun to live but also pour life into life. It is the signifier of all the celebrations, be it a friends party, birthday, anniversary or wedding, it is an ultimate drink of entente and the best drink to unwind after a protracted exhausting day of work. Bringing to you some of the Best Whisky Brands in India that will surely put you in a dilemma: What the hell should I drink? From country-made desi whiskey to the most exquisite single malts to the Blended one the number of varieties has exploded over the past decade or so and we are sure none of them should fail to please your alcohol bourne. So whether you’re looking for an easy weekend sipper on chilling stones or on the rocks, massive peat smoke for a spine-chilling winter night, or a budget bourbon for a pitcher of Old Fashioneds, we’ve got the perfect bottle for you. Scroll down to know more about the Best Whisky Brands in India.
1. The Macallan
One of the most highly revered Whisky brands in India, The Macallan, fortunately, is one Scotch that is easy to love immediately. An only Scotch distillery that has its own Master of Wood, The Macallan is the third largest selling single malt Whiskey in the world and the second largest by value. The name Macallan is thought to have derived from the two Gaelic words, ‘Magh’, and ‘Ellan’, meaning ‘fertile ground’ and ‘of St Fillan’ respectively – St Fillan is thought to be an Irish monk that spread the Christian word throughout Scotland in the 8th Century. A globally praised single malt scotch whiskey the Macallan promises the sherried sweetness and some spice carry over from the nose. The whiskey is big and creamy. A delicate, charred smokiness permeates the dram. More like a wood smoke than the coal smoke of Islay whiskeys. Not a peat monster, no caramel coloring (though the distillery is probably haunted), Macallan produces both great entry-level Scotch (like the Macallan 10 and 12) and some of the most coveted bottles for serious collectors.
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Price of The Macallan Whisky Maker’s Edition 70CL in India: Rs. 9250 for 700 ml.
Alcohol By Volume Percentage of Macallan Whisky Maker’s Edition 70CL: 42.8% ABV
2. Jack Daniel’s
The iconic Jack Daniel's just fits here because it's a completely distinct “Tennessee” whiskey, and more similar to bourbon, it more often than not distilled from corn. With a sweet aroma and notes of caramel and toasty oak, this one makes quite the best combo with a soda, ice or cola of your preference.
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Price of Jack Daniel’s in India: Rs. 4590 for 750 ml.
Alcohol By Volume Percentage Of Jack Daniel’s: 40% ABV
3. The Glenlivet 12
This one is pretty refreshing malt! An entry-stage Glenlivet, the 12-year-old packs in a citrusy punch, with the smooth aroma of grapefruit lemon and juicy citrus notes lingering on long after you've completed your drink.
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Price of The Glenlivet 12 whiskey in India: Rs. 5610 for 750 ml. (12 Years Old)
Alcohol By Volume Percentage Of The Glenlivet 12: 40% ABV
4. Glenfiddich 12
The World's most awarded single malt Scotch Whiskey and one of the last family distilleries, Glenfiddich 12 is one of the biggest players in this segment globally and proudly fits under the segment of one of the Best Whisky Brands in India. Mild and clean on the palate, this one is thought for a fruity aroma and a sweet, creamy mouthfeel.
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Price of Glenfiddich 12 whiskey in India: Rs. 5750 for 750 ml. (12 Years Old)
Alcohol By Volume Percentage of The Glenfiddich 12: 40% ABV
An iconic whiskey that has a strong association as the "Irish Whiskey". Jameson is beautifully smooth and has sherry and nutty undertones that make it such a classic drink to take pleasure in anytime.
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Price of Jameson in India: Rs. 3059 for 750 ml.
Alcohol By Volume Percentage Of Jameson: 40% ABV
Hopefully, we have listed most of it. Of course, the alcohol marketplace of the best whiskey Brands in India is ever raising, and as we discover latest flavors and favorites, there are a few drams that never go out of taste and fashion.
Vodka - originated in the Eastern European regions, namely Russia and Poland is a colorless and odorless drink which is usually crafted from potatoes or grains. It contains 35%-50% alcohol by volume and typically consumed ‘clear’ or by itself. Vodka put life in parties and thus any party is literally incomplete without a quintessential Vodka Shots and Vodka Cocktails. It's a mixologist’s delight and a favorite component of many cocktails. A few brands in India produce Vodka, hence here we are going to highlight some of the best Vodka brands in India which include IMFL (Indian Made Foreign Liquor) and imported brands available in the market currently along with their prices, manufacturing processes, ingredients, and everything else you need to know.
1. Magic Moments
Magic Moments originates from the second largest distillery in Asia-Radico which itself only established back in 1943. It’s Magic When Purity Blends With Smoothness’, Magic Moments is a triple distilled, rice grain gluten-free vodka and launched back in 2006. Since then, it has won itself 36 international awards, not only for its standard variant but also its six flavors. Magic Moments prides itself on being a versatile product. In only seven years it is established in 24 countries around the world, and the UK is embracing the versatility of the flavors.
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Alcohol By Volume Of Magic Moments: 37.5%
PRICE OF MAGIC MOMENTS IN INDIA: Rs. 586 for 750ml.
This vodka derived its name from the Romanov Dynasty that ruled Russia from 1612 to 1917. It is a brand of Vodka manufactured and marketed by United Spirits Limited. It contains 42.8% alcohol by volume and here are 4 variants of Romanov Vodka - Premium, Orange, Lemon, Apple. Low-cost clubs and college students consume this brand of Vodka the most because it is one of the cheapest and best Vodka brands in India. It is in great demand in the Indian market for its extremist taste. The spiciness will leave you wanting to drink more. It is distilled and filtered multiple time to make it rich in taste.
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Alcohol By Volume Of Romanov: 42.8%
PRICE OF ROMANOV IN INDIA: Rs. 310 for 750ml.
3. White Mischief
White Mischief being the largest selling vodka in the country acquired 48% of the vodka share in India. White Mischief is advertised as a young, flirty fun brand, with its main purpose being attracting the youth. The alcohol content in this vodka is 42.8%. It is manufactured through a process where it is triple-distilled to the highest level of purity so that the taste, flavor, and smoothness align with the flamboyancy of the youth and vodka enthusiasts. It comes within your budget if you're not looking for a very expensive vodka and you want to get sloshed with friends at a party.
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Alcohol By Volume Of White Mischief: 42.8%
PRICE OF WHITE MISCHIEF IN INDIA: Rs. 455 for 750ml.
A technique that was invented in 18th century Russia, a potent vodka follows a very simple but authentic process of going through triple-distillation and charcoal filtration. A vodka made out of 100% grain spirit makes. Eristoff originated in Georgia. The Eristoff logo of a wolf howling at a crescent moon represents the Persian name for Georgia, Gorjestan, meaning "land of the wolf". Six different flavors are available under this vodka: Eristoff Red: sloe berry flavor (Domi Vodka), Eristoff Black: wild berry flavor, Eristoff Lime: lime flavor, Eristoff Gold: caramel flavor, Eristoff green: green apple flavor, Eristoff blood orange: orange flavor. Eristoff has a very neutral, balanced flavor, captured from the finest rye.
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Alcohol By Volume Of Eristoff: 37.5%
PRICE OF ERISTOFF IN INDIA: Rs. 800 for 750ml.
Absolut is the third largest brand of alcoholic spirits in the world after Bacardi and Smirnoff and is sold in 126 countries. With 400 years of Swedish tradition behind it, this superb Vodka is extremely smooth. Using the purest Swedish water from the town of Ahus and wheat grown in the surrounding countryside, Absolut has maintained the tradition of pure and perfect Swedish Vodka. There are 27 different variants of this vodka and they make the most attractive bottles with extremely good-looking packaging.
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Alcohol By Volume Of Absolut: 40%
PRICE OF ABSOLUT IN INDIA: Rs. 2000 For 750ml.
'There's Naught, No Doubt, So Much The Spirits Calm As Rum And True Religion'. Rum is a celebratory beverage and there is a reason why rums are more popular in India than clear spirits. Indians have always had a preference for dark spirits. It might be because the armed forces got it as part of their stocks, or in their canteen stores. Most of the rum-producing nations are in Latin America or around the Caribbean Islands, which says its connection with sailors. Rum grew rapidly than gin or vodka and is produced with the use of sugarcane and the liquid is then aged in oak barrels. India is also a notable exporter of rum to the world. Rum is one of the highest consumed drink in the Indian market and ranges from dark rum, flavored rum to spiced rum. With more and more brands entering the market, it can be quite intimidating in choosing the best. Check out the list of these best rum brands in India and keep your spirit alive.
Bacardi is a family owned spirits company that has more than 200 brands and labels. Founded in 1862, it now has sales in more than 150 countries. Bacardi’s black, open-winged fruit bat logo is world-famous. Don Facundo, the founder, himself invented the logo, which at the time symbolized self-confidence and brotherhood. Bacardi Rum has 3 main flavors - Bacardi Select (Dark Rum), Bacardi Superior (White Rum) and Bacardi Gold (Gold Rum). The rum has a sweet and fruity taste with notes of vanilla.
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Alcohol Content: 42.8%
Price: 1 litre – INR 1300
Malibu is made with Caribbean rum and has a coconut flavor. The owner, Pernod Ricard, calls it a 'flavored rum'. There are many different versions of Malibu rum which are flavored with various tropical fruits such as banana, pineapple, passion fruit, island melon, and mango. Also, there is a mingle with mint, known as Malibu Fresh, tequila known as Malibu Red and a double strength version known as Malibu Black.
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Alcohol Content: 21%
Price: 750ml – INR 1650
3. Havana Club
Created in Cuba in 1934, Havana Club is one of the best-selling rum brands. It is the 5th largest rum brand in the world and is sold in over 120 countries and is bottled in India since 2008. In India, it has its plant in Punjab and has notes of chocolate and vanilla. Variants range from 1-year to 7-year aged rum and these are- Havana Club Añejo Blanco, Havana Club Añejo 3 Años, Havana Club Añejo Especial, Havana Club Añejo Reserva and Havana Club Añejo 7 Años.
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Alcohol Content: 40%
Price: 750ml – INR 800
4. Sailor Jerry
Sailor Jerry, originally an American tattoo artist, started Sailor Jerry Ltd. in 1999 which produced an array of things along with Sailor Jerry Rum. This is one of the top favorite spiced rum having a fragrance of vanilla that makes an incredible spiced mojito. The recipe was recently changed and made slightly less sweet but spicier. It has a decent amber color with a bit of a red tinge.
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Alcohol Content: 46% (approx.)
Price: 1.5 litre – INR 3604
5. Ron Matusalem
Ron Matusalem is a Caribbean premium rum which was started by the Camp brothers in 1872 as a family affair and is now produced in the Dominican Republic. During the 1950s, the brand was one of the top premium rums in Cuba and main aromas are caramel, chocolate, fruity, floral, phenolic/vanilla and nutty. The key to its complexity is the Solera aging process where various mature rums are blended together carefully.
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Alcohol Content: 40% (approx.)
Price: 700ml – INR 7900 (approx.)
Rum has something to offer for any kind of palate and is an integral part of every drinking occasion. This was our few of the best lists and we hope you are now all sorted and ready to make drinking plans.
This red magical liquid made out of grapes makes us drool even at the thought of it. This is what most of our Saturday nights are composed of and of course, a little bit of dancing and a lot of laughter. Especially in a country like India, where wine is not celebrated as much as vodka, whiskey, and other beverage, we still bring you the brands that are ruling the Indian red wine sector in one article. There is still no concept of vintage wine in India, so the best of best Wine brands in India will taste the same no matter the number of years they are stored for. The quality of wines in India i, however, getting much better and the wineries are getting much better in doing their jobs.
1. The Wolftrap Red
This blend of two red grapes—syrah and mourvdere—with the white grape viognier has hedonistic notes of spice, smoke, game, and leather. The result is stunning, particularly for the money. The nose entices with its abundance of ripe plums, blueberries, slight spiciness and notes of violets. Dark berry fruit follows through onto a juicy, vibrant mid-palate with svelte tannins and a silky texture. The wine shows exceptional balance with fresh, integrated acidity. Plummy fruit and spice linger on the finish.
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WINERY: Franschhoek valley
MANUFACTURED IN REGION (COUNTRY): Western Cape, South Africa
GRAPE VARIETY: Syrah and Mourvedre
BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
PRICE: Rs. 1992
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14.38%
FOOD PAIRING: Enjoy with barbecue, hot dogs, grilled meat, roast beef po-boys, osso buco, boudin, pasta and marinara sauce, and firm cheeses.
2. Sula Rasa
Sula Rasa or Rasa Shiraz is best served at 16-degree Celsius. A complex wine with power finesse but regardless termed as India's best reserve shiraz, Sula Rasa is stored for 12 months in premium French oak barrels and then further matured in the bottle before release. It can be best paired with chocolate, barbeque, and Gouda Parmesan cheese. To fully enjoy this special wine, It is recommended that the bottle is opened and decanted 30 minutes prior to being served slightly chilly.
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WINERY: Sula Vineyards
MANUFACTURED IN REGION (COUNTRY): Nashik Valley - India
GRAPE VARIETY: Shiraz
BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
PRICE OF WINE: Rs. 1495
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13 %
FOOD PAIRING: Barbeque dishes, Cheese like Gouda and Parmesan and Chocolate
3. Fratelli Sette
Relatively highly priced, This is a brand Frantiis Vines and is known for the aroma and flavors. This is one of the most popular brands in India and is known for taste. SETTE meaning 'Seven' in Italian is a dream that the seven brothers of Fratelli had. The dream came true when the vintage of 2009 gave an exceptional quality product. The top one percent of the grapes from the Fratelli's estate-owned vineyards in Akluj near Pune go into fulfilling this dream. Piero Masi's (Creator Fratelli Wines) signature blend, SETTE is a barrel-aged red wine, matured in French oak for fourteen months. Mr. Steven Spurrier (International Wine Writer and Wine Consultant) had stated that he feels that SETTE could become the first Indian Icon Wine, just like Opus One of California.
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WINERY: Akluj Vineyards
MANUFACTURED IN REGION (COUNTRY): Pune, India
GRAPE VARIETY: Cabernet Sauvignon 50%, Sangiovese 30%, Cabernet Franc 20%
BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
PRICE: Rs. 1600
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
4. York Arros
This flagship wine from Maharashtra's York winery, produced by a young winemaking team, is a limited production blend of the winery’s best Shiraz (55%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (45%). The wine is aged 13 months in American and French oak, and another 12 months in the bottle before release. The sweet vanilla notes of the American oak dominate, along with bright fruit (strawberries, raspberries, cherries) and Indian spices (cinnamon). The wine further opened up and softened in the glass. The alcohol initially made its presence felt, before dissipating in the glass. A wine for food was the consensus.
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WINERY: York Vinery
MANUFACTURED IN REGION (COUNTRY): Nashik Valley - India
GRAPE VARIETY: Shiraz & Cabernet Sauvignon
BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
PRICE: Rs. 800-1500
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14.3 %
FOOD PAIRING: grilled or tandoori meats, steak & cheeses
5. Sol De Chile Syrah Merlot
The wine has a luscious rose color. It is a well-balanced wine with raspberry and black pepper flavors. In order to extract color and aromas, the must is in contact at low temperatures prior to alcoholic fermentation. The must is then fermented in stainless steel tanks with selected yeasts at a controlled temperature. The wine is then left to macerate additional days in order to extract tannins. Prior to bottling, the wines are stabilized and filtered carefully to keep integrity.
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WINERY: Estate Vineyards
MANUFACTURED IN REGION (COUNTRY): Santiago, Maule Valley, Chile
GRAPE VARIETY: Syrah & Merlot
BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
PRICE: Rs. 1189
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
FOOD PAIRING: Beef and Venison
'All scotch is whiskey, but not all whiskey is scotch'. Scotch is a pure and refined beverage which was originally made from malted barley. Whiskey was made from wheat and rye when it was first introduced in the late 18th century. Scotch whiskey is a legalized term created to protect whiskey made in Scotland. By law, scotch whiskey has to be distilled and matured in oak casks for at least three years. The number on the bottle denotes the minimum age of the drink. Scotch can only be purified to 94.8% ABV, which is higher than bourbon. But, like bourbon, it has to be bottled at a minimum 40% ABV. Scotch could taste like anything because Scotch is produced among many distinct regions, with refining traditions and environmental conditions that strongly influence the final flavor of the Scotch. The statistics show that India is a nation of whiskey drinkers consuming more than half of what is sold globally. Let’s look at these best Scotch brands in India after which you might need at least one dram of it.
An iconic one, Lagavulin was founded in 1816 and is a representative of Islay style malt. It is exclusively matured in ex-bourbon casks, which gives it a robust flavor, uncompromising smoke, and a salted-fish character. Lagavulin still remains the firm favorite of countless malt fans worldwide. There are 5 bottles of Lagavulin navy and is made in the south of Islay, at a distillery with breathtaking views over Lagavulin Bay.
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Price of Lagavulin 16-Year-Old: 6000 INR (Approx)
Macallan distillery, founded in 1824, is located in Moray and was one of the first Scottish distilleries to be legally licensed. In 2009, it was reported that Macallan is the world’s third largest-selling single malt and second largest by value. The Macallan has characters and styles of dried fruit, nutmeg, and fruitcake. A lot of time and effort is invested in the making of Macallan and was matured only in oak sherry casks.
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Price of Macallan 12 Year Old Fine Oak: 5000 INR (Approx)
Bruichladdich distillery was built-in 1881 by the Harvey brothers and sits opposite the western shore of Loch Indaal on Islay. The distillery produces mainly single malt Scotch whiskey and is one of eight working distilleries on the island. It has characteristics of butterscotch, apple, and lemon.
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Price of Bruichladdich Classic Scottish Barley: 4000 INR (Approx)
Glenfiddich is a Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey and the Glenfiddich Distillery was founded in 1886. Glenfiddich means "valley of the deer" in Scottish Gaelic, which is why its logo is a Stag. Glenfiddich is matured in many different casks such as Rum casks from the Caribbean, Bourbon whiskey barrels from America and Sherry butts from Jerez in Spain. Glenfiddich now accounts for about 30% of all single malt sales worldwide and was the first single malt to be marketed outside Scotland. Mild and clean on the palate, this one is thought for a fruity aroma and a sweet, creamy mouthfeel.
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Price of The Glenfiddich 12-Year-Old: 5500 INR (Approx)
Celebrated for being the world’s richest single malt scotch, Laphroaig’s award-winning family of whiskeys are the end result of a spirit matured in a range of different woods and casks. It is the product of a 200-year-old tradition of unique whiskey making. It is loved by those who enjoy its medicinal, smoky flavor and Laphroaig distillery sits on the south coast of Islay.
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Price of Laphroaig 12-Year-Old: 9000 INR (Approx)
6. Old Pulteney
The Pulteney distillery produces the Old Pulteney single malt whiskey at a number of ages. These are matured in ex-bourbon casks and has flavors of toffee, herbs, and spices. The whiskey itself is a deep amber color and it has a clean, dry finish: faintly salty and with a slight sherry note.
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Price of Old Pulteney 12-Year-Old: 3000 INR (Approx)
Glen Grant is a large-volume, hugely popular young malt whiskey in Europe, where it is usually sold as a very mild, light five-year-old and is normally drunk with cola. Scotland’s Highlands has fresh air and bright sunlight which gives this whiskey its distinctive, pale golden appearance and also a clean taste.
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Price of Glen Grant 22-Year-Old: 8500 INR (Approx)
When it comes to alcohol, everyone has different choices. Some like the sweet-bitter beer while some prefer the tartness and freshness of the wine. The sales of super premium and craft spirits continue to sizzle whatever the occasion is but, aren't you getting bored sipping those same usual drinks? There has been an entry of many new drinks in the Indian market which all the spirits lover need to try. For young millennials, it's also time to seek out new craft and super-premium drinks. So let's unearth some of the latest and best Gins available in India.
1. Star Of Bombay
This gin is a 2015 small batch addition to the Bombay’s bestselling gin Bombay Sapphire range. Star Of Bombay gin is presented in a modern and beautifully packaged bottle with exquisite detail. The botanicals in this gin are similar to that of in Bombay Sapphire, this being more punchier and earthy. Image Courtesy: Mom Bloggers Club
Currently Available: Karnataka, Goa, Mumbai, Delhi for ₹5700
2. Monkey 47
3. Greater Than
Currently Available: Goa and Bangalore, ₹1450 a bottle
The world of Alcohol (Best Alcohol Brands in India) is big but hopefully, we have written most of it. With more and more international brands coming to our country, and people being more welcoming, it can be rightly said, we love our drinks! If you haven't already tried them, then what are you waiting for? Go on and grab a glass of your favorite.
Q. How do I make beer?
A. With hops, barley, and patience.
Q. How long does beer stay in your system?
A. On average, 6 – 10 hours.
Q. How many beers are in a keg?
A. 165 beers in the keg.
Q. When was beer invented?
A. Beer can trace its roots as far back as Mesopotamia – 5th millennium B.C. or older.
Q. Which country drinks the most beer?
A. We were thinking Texas, but it turns out that the Czech Republic consumes 156 liters of beer per capita, more than any other country, followed by Ireland and Germany.
Q. What happens when we consume excessive beer?
A. The alcohol in beer can harm the liver. Drinking beer and taking medications that can harm the liver can increase the risk of liver damage.