Naarangi is Hindi for orange, which gives a bold idea about this bottle’s taste.
This single malt whisky came from the Himalayas’ land; it had six years of maturing journey in an Ex-Oloroso Sherry Cask for three years, then seasoned with wine and orange peel for another three years, resulting in a whisky with extra orangey taste notes.
Nose: A tug of war between Suet Pudding and dried figs with moderate teasing of orangey citrus. With time, more dried fruits evolve and is a stunner.
Taste: Viscous, full bodied like a syrup transcending to slat and sweet akin to orange influence and is a joy.
Finish: Slightly dry and one can neglect it. The finish is moderately sweet and a loud dance of orange on the finale.