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Posts Tagged ‘Black Ginger’

Review: AC Black Whisky

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 10, 2013

AC BlackAC Black Whisky is blended and bottled by Jagatjit Industries Limited located in New Delhi, India. (Jagatjit Industries Limited was established in 1944 by Mr. L.P. Jaiswal in the erstwhile State of Kapurthala under the patronage of its Maharaja Jagatjit Singh.) In addition to whisky, this company also produces Rum, Gin and Vodka, and is currently the third largest IMFL (Indian Made Foreign Liquor) producer on the sub continent. According to their website, AC Black Whisky is produced  from a blend of imported scotch malts and selected Indian spirits. That same website tells me this is a semi-premium IMFL spirit which is:

“… Positioned around a man’s desire for pleasurable things in life and a high desire for achievements projected through “Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai” …”

I was very curious about the above statement and about the whisky. You may read my full review by clicking the link below to learn what I found out:

Review: AC Black Whisky

“… The result is a honeyed aroma featuring a mixture of malty whisky-like scents (butterscotch, honey, sandalwood and oak spice) with a very light back drop of rum-like cane syrup flittering through the breezes as well …”

At the conclusion of my review (for your enjoyment of course) is a nice recipe which I have dubbed, Black Ginger.

Please enjoy the review!

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