This Indian single malt was distilled to celebrate the 60th birthday of Neel Jagdale, the chairman of Amrut. Because of the warm climate in India, Amrut rarely matures their drams for longer than 4 years, making this 8 year old version pretty limited. The evaporation of alcohol is a killer (hence the name Greedy Angels). Luckily, they managed to fight off most the angels for this rare whisky, although the greedy bastards can eat up to 15% per year (in a cooler climate this will be around 2%…). A daring experiment from Amrut, with a lot of risk in loosing precious whisky. But this bottle made it. And have you seen this special 10 year old bottling too?