WHISKY PAUL JOHN EDITED CL.70
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WHISKY PAUL JOHN EDITED CL.70

A new Indian Classic ... to be precise a World Classic "with these words Jim Murray introduces the Paul John" Edited "single malt in Whiskey Bible 2017. The Paul John" Edited "is lightly peaty using peat from Islay (from medicinal aroma) and from Aberdeen (much more herbaceous). On the nose, notes of honey and cocoa mix with smoky and coffee scents, which over time give way to fruity notes. The malt is initially perceived on the palate which gently leaves room for peaty notes. In the finish, the peat slowly dissolves to bring out flavors of mint and milk coffee

Gradation 46%

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Description

The Paul John Distillery was founded in 2004 in Goa, in the south east of India, and in a few years it has earned the esteem and admiration of enthusiasts and connoisseurs all over the world. For the aging of his Whiskeys, Paul John almost exclusively uses ex-bourbon barrels. It has recently introduced Sherry barrels but they are used only for particular releases. All whiskeys are bottled without cold filtration, do not contain caramel or dyes. Peat is the only ingredient that is not produced in India but imported directly from Scotland. The types of peat used are two: Islay, strong and pungent with a strong medicinal scent, and Aberdeen, more herbaceous and vegetal.

DIFFERENCE WITH SCOTTISH SINGLE MALTS

The Single Malt Whiskeys produced by Paul John are unique for a number of reasons. First of all Paul John Distillery uses exclusively Indian malt for its whiskeys. The ear of Indian malt has six rows of grains, unlike the European one which has two. For this reason it is richer in proteins and fatty acids which result in oilier distillates than Scottish ones. Another fundamental factor is the tropical climate of Goa. The high temperatures mean that the Angel Share of its whiskeys is between 8% and 10% per year, compared to 2% -3% in Scotland. As a result, Whiskeys ripen much faster. It is estimated that 10 years of tropical aging equals 25 years of aging in Scotland.

INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS

Paul John Single Malt Whiskey is now sold in over 30 countries around the world and its casks are sought after by the best independent bottlers, such as Gordon & Macfail and Cadenhead. Commercial success has always been accompanied by critical success. Paul John's Whiskeys have amazed by conquering dizzying scores in all major Whiskey guides, often beating much more noble and historic Scottish brands.

Paul John will make you discover a new dimension in the world of Single Malts.

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8002322731961
1 kg
3 Items
8002322731961
Data sheet
Gradation
46
Format
700

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