World Whiskey Day- Bottles That Need To Adorn Your Bar
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With World Whisky Day around the corner, we bring you an ambrosial offering of the choicest whiskies that you can savor at a hep bar or atop your lounge. Raise your spirits up to the occasion with these crafted drinks and take a swig of the choicest aperitifs from across India and be left craving for more.

Here’s the list of some premium whiskies unique to different regions that are a must for your bar

Suntory Whisky Toki

This one sees a smokey flavour

Oaken Glow is India’s first premium smoky whisky that has introduced consumers to a new and undiscovered segment. Unfolding a tale of layered richness, Oaken Glow is a blend of aged scotch whisky malts born in Scotland and bottled in India. Tearing up the rule book of traditional whisky making, Oaken Glow has introduced discerning consumers to the unique innovation of a peat fired whisky. The soul of the spirit is the smokiness from distinctive peaty malts from the contemporary yet historical Dalmunach in Scotland’s fabled Highlands. Distilled in copper stills, Oaken Glow is aged in seasoned oak casks which lend it a unique hue and adds to its glow. When combined with the mellowness of fine Indian grain spirits, a whisky whose warmth glows deeper as the evening deepens emerges – there is a distinct glow to the bottle.

Oaksmith® Gold

Oaksmith® Gold - India’s first International Blended Whisky, brings the best of east and west in a bottle. A celebration of craftsmanship and global collaboration, it is a fine balance of smokiness, sweetness and smoothness all put-together with world class Japanese precision. Created by master blender Shinji Fukuyo, with his experience of more than 30 years of creating some of the world’s most awarded whiskies. The name – Oaksmith® is a tribute to this craftsmanship, and the fine oak casks the whisky’s were aged in.


Jameson is the fastest-growing whiskey in India, with Jameson Original becoming India’s top selling non-scotch whiskey. Produced in Midleton, County Cork, from malted and unmalted Irish barley, Jameson’s blended whiskeys are triple-distilled, resulting in exceptional smoothness. The brand continues to expand its acclaimed range to offer new taste experiences, especially with new launches such as Black Barrel and Stout Edition.