• Whiskies of the World Awards follows a rigorous blind tasting over several rounds across categories
  • Indri’s Single Malt Trini had earlier won the Tokyo whiskey and spirits Competition 2023

Indri Whisky, a smokey smooth single malt from India has been  named Best in Show  beating out a number of Scotches, Bourbons, and other top malts.

This award is one of the largest whisky tasting competitions in the world, in which over 100 varieties of whiskies from across the globe compete every year.

“From smoky whispers to a symphony of flavours, it’s a masterpiece that’s now reached the pinnacle of recognition with the ‘Best in Show, Double Gold’ award at Whiskies Of The World 2023,” Indri shared on Instagram.

Whiskies of the World Awards

Whiskies of the World Awards follows a rigorous blind tasting over several rounds across categories.

The Indian  whisky beat hundreds of international brands that include American single malts, Scotch whiskies, Bourbons, Canadian whiskies, Australian single malts, and British single malts.

Growth of Indian single malts

The brand commenced its journey in 2021 with the introduction of Indri-Trini, India’s first triple-barrel single malt.

Siddhartha Sharma, Founder, Piccadily Distilleries, said in an official statement, “It is an exciting time for India, and Indian whiskies are not far behind as we are playing our part in the India story.

Additionally the  manufacturers  say the  win is a testament to the quality and the growing popularity of Indian single malts across the globe.

Making of the Indri Whisky

The whisky undergoes a significant maturation period in PX sherry casks in North India’s subtropical climate.

It has enticing notes of smoke, candied dried fruits, toasted nuts, delicate spices, oak, and bittersweet chocolate.

Indri-Trini is already available across 19 states in India and 17 other countries and will be available in the US, and in select European countries from November.


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