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Indri Trini (The Three Wood) Single Malt Indian Whisky Review

We’re no strangers to Indian Single Malt Whisky…

Our journey began in Bengaluru with many delicious expressions from Amrut, then we continued our journey with a trip to Goa and the many delightful expressions from Paul John. Now we’re headed to the foothills of the Himalayas and a town called Indri for a taste of a whisky made by Piccadily Distillery that they call Indri.

Here are a few words about Indri taken directly from the Impex Beverages (their US importer) website:

Indri, named after the place where the distillery is located, is a small village situated in the catchment area of River Yamuna, nestled in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. Indri or Indriya in Sanskrit also refers to the 5 senses: Smell-Taste-Touch-Sight-Sound. Part of the Piccadily distillery group which has three distilleries in the Northern part of India: Indri, Patiala and Bawal.

The malt distillery at Indri was set up in 2012. The distillery is also home for 6 traditional copper pot stills (designed and made in India) and 40,000 barrels.

The extreme temperature of the Northern plains helps the malt spirit mature faster inside the barrels, naturally. This also means the angels happily take away their share and leave behind sweet tropical flavors and rich natural color.

The distillery is proud to generate power for its consumption without using any fossil fuels.

And here’s what Impex has to say about this particular Indri whisky expression:

Bottled at 46% ABV, Trini – The Three Wood, is curated by the master craftsmen at Piccadily. This remarkable Single Malt is made from indigenous six-row barley grown for hundreds of years in Rajasthan, matured in selected barrels, and blended carefully to bring out the individual contribution of each wood (first fill Bourbon, ex-French wine and PX Sherry Casks) without overshadowing the original whisky profile. It is non chill filtered with no color added.

To find out what we thought of this new-to-us Indian Single Malt Whisky, click play on the following video:

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Many thanks to Impex Beverages for sending us these very generous samples!

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