Paul John Whisky unveils its newest addition to the popular Christmas Series - Christmas Edition 2020, an exotic 3rd limited Christmas release from the sunny shores of Goa.
Created from an exclusive blend of single malts matured in ex-Bourbon, Oloroso and Virgin oak casks; Christmas Edition 2020 greets you with delicate aromas of orange peel and honeycomb enhanced with sweet oak. The rich, long lightly peated flavours of creamy dark chocolate feels like you are sipping on a dram of Christmas itself.
Bottled at 46% ABV, this new limited release Christmas Edition 2020 will be available in select markets across USA, UK, Europe and India from October 2020.
Paul John Whisky released its first Christmas Edition in 2018 to delight whisky enthusiasts during the holiday season. With a blend of unpeated and peated single malts and finished in Oloroso casks, the expression was one of the most preferred whiskies of the year.
Last year's Christmas Edition 2019 nosed aromas of luscious baked apples along with pleasant flavours of fine raisins and dry plum. On the palate, notes of light mocha and a lighter smoke led to a long Pedro Ximinez finish of spicy French toast and delicious smoked nuts.
About Paul John Indian Single Malts
The Paul John Single Malts were launched in the UK in 2012 and were soon acclaimed to be equal to or even better than single malts produced elsewhere. Approval from single malt enthusiasts and innumerable global awards further proved our excellence and encouraged us to take our single malts across the world.
Craft, skilfully chosen indigenous ingredients, and the warm environs of Goa create the magic that is Paul John whisky.
A conscious decision was taken to create high quality single malts at affordable prices allowing us to introduce many more to the flavourful taste of single malts.
The range of Paul John Single Malts include an entry level expression, 3 flagship expressions, 4 select casks, and the occasional limited, single cask and special editions.
Today, the Paul John Single Malt is present in over 38 countries.