Paul John Whisky is introducing its single malt secrets to the world with the opening of the Paul John Visitor Centre at Goa, home to the International Award-winning Whisky, Paul John Single Malt.
At its Visitor Centre, the first of its kind in India, the internationally acclaimed Paul John whisky puts together the craft and time-honoured process behind the making of single malts. During tours, guests can choose to enjoy exquisite tasting sessions to relish and discover intricate flavours of the whiskies. Since 2012, Paul John Whisky has been honoured with over 200 prestigious international awards and the Wall of Fame shares a few glimpses of these glories. For those keen to understand the making of fine whiskies and interested in extraordinary travel experiences, the Centre is a perfect one-day itinerary that unravels the rare art of whisky-making, from mashing to distilling in fine copper pot stills. The visit to the underground cellar would be a magical moment filled with rich aromas to each and every whisky connoisseur.
Paul John Visitor Centre, is located in the distillery premises in Cuncolim, Goa. With oystershell windows, dramatically coloured walls and rustic furniture; the aesthetics of the Visitor Centre highlights the Portuguese influence. Group and private tours can be booked, or just walk in any time from Monday to Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm.
About Paul John Single Malts
Paul John Single Malt Whisky is an award-winning premium single malt whisky created in Goa, India. Crafted from six-row Indian barley that are grown across the vast lands of Rajasthan and the foothills of the Himalayas, this superb single malt is aged for a minimum of five years and is non chill-filtered. Its rich aromas and rare tropical flavours have made this award-winning whisky a favourite among whisky lovers around the world. Paul John Single Malt has five core expressions. It has been rated Liquid Gold and the expression Kanya by Paul John has won Best Asian Whisky Award 2018 by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible. Paul John Single Malt recently launched the Mars Orbiter, to commemorate the historical Mars Orbiter Mission by India.