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5 Interesting Alcohol-Based Experiences in Goa

If you enjoy your drink, then Goa is the place to be. Not only has the sunshine state become a hub for craft spirits in the country, but it has also curated interesting experiences that go all the way from tasting whiskey, sipping beer, and sniffing gin to decoding Goa's very own local feni.

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Whisky Magazine's Hall Of Fame

Paul John Whisky is honoured to share that Paul P John, Chairman of John Distilleries Pvt Ltd, has been inducted into Whisky Magazine's Hall of Fame at the World Whisky A...

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Top 10 Whiskies Of 2021 - Forbes

Throughout a global pandemic, Brexit hassles, and the end of an international tariff war whisky brands and distilleries large and small have continued to launch exciting new releases. I'm fortunate in that I've been able to try a few of them, doing my job as best as I can.

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10 Highest-Scoring Whiskies In The Fall 2021 Buying Guide

The Fall 2021 issue of Whisky Advocate features over 130 whisky reviews covering a range of styles. Since the issue focuses on bourbon, the Buying Guide is chock-full of ...

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Indian Single Malts that are making a global impact by London Spirits competition

Indian Single Malts Have Earned Themselves a Seat at the Global Table, With These 4 Malts Standing Out Of The Crowd Unique Characteristics And Flavours Paul John Brill...

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Whisky of the week: Paul John Oloroso Select Cask

The Whisky to try right now: Paul John Oloroso Select Cask We're always game to check out a great homegrown whisky, and there are a few veteran brands that never disap...

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Mithuna - A Really Busy Whisky but what a lovely sequence of contrasts

Paul John Mithuna, $292, 58% ABV Description: This Indian single malt is matured in virgin oak casks, before it's finished in ex-Bourbon casks. The Mithuna is named af...

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5 Whiskies that go perfectly with the mansoon

The monsoon is well and truly here and after you have enjoyed the petrichor and/or navigated flooded streets, you'd probably prefer to curl up indoors. Of course, a wood-...

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Indian Single Malts: when the Himalayas craft Whisky by Thee Hindu

A maverick crop of Indian distillers is achieving world rankings and sweeping international awards, with proudly Indian single malts made by barley grown in Himalayan bel...

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Mithuna shows why Indian whisky is rising by Robb Report

Whiskey fans who dive deep into the expansive world of uisce beatha (“water of life” in Gaelic, for the uninitiated) already know that India is a country that should not ...

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