Top 10 Cheapest Whiskies under Rs. 1000 for your Home Bar.

Indian whisky brands are leading the global whisky market in terms of sales. In terms of volume, the locally brewed whisky surpasses even the most opulent malts and scotches. We need alcohol during our difficult times to help us forget our problems without incurring too much expense. With just ₹1000 to spend, these are the top 10 Indian whisky brands to try. They taste fantastic and will carry you to your delightful destination.
 
 
Oaksmith International Blended Whisky
A delightful blend of Indian tastes and Japanese sophistication characterises India's first global blended whisky brand. Each bottle of Suntory's Oaksmith Blended Whisky, created specifically for the nation by Chief Blender Shinji Fukuyo—the man behind Yamazaki and Hibiki—combines the best grain spirits, Scotch malts, and Kentucky Straight Bourbon. It pours a rich amber colour with a nose that is slightly sweet from grains. Meanwhile, every drink has a smooth flavour profile with hints of peat, oak, and spice. In the meantime, the finish is spotless.
 
Price - Rs. 900 (approx)
 
Blenders Pride Rare Premium Whisky
Blenders Pride is a traditional option and possibly one of the most well-known brands in the world of blended whisky, with a history dating back to 1995. It combines imported Scotch malts with Indian grain spirit. There are notes of butter and sweetness in every sip, which is smooth and full-bodied. Fruit and peat notes can be detected in the nose. The finish is as smooth as they come and medium in flavour.
 
Price - Rs. 900 (approx)
 
Rockford Classic Finest Blended Whisky
This bottle is considered by experts to be among the best inexpensive whiskies available. And with good cause. It combines premium Indian grain spirits with charcoal-filtered oak-aged Scottish malts. It has a warm, well-rounded nose and a deep gold colour. With hints of fruit and oak, a gentle sweetness, and complexity with every sip, this wine is silky and mellow. The finish is clean and long.
 
Price - Rs. 900 (approx)
 
Royal Stag Deluxe Whisky
The deliciousness of this brand's Deluxe expression will definitely make it memorable, even if its wildly successful "make it large" campaign doesn't. Its debut in 1995 was met with great praise because it contained no artificial flavours or recycled bottles. For lovers of whisky, its inexpensive price was an added bonus. It pours a golden amber and is a mixture of imported Scotch malts and grain spirits. Fruit, smoke, and wood notes are detected through the nose. Each drink is rounded, sweet, toasty, and smooth. Meanwhile, the conclusion is agreeable.
 
Price - Rs. 800 (approx)
 
Royal Green Classic Blended Whisky
Since its 2014 release, both whisky specialists and beginners have taken an interest in this bottle. Hand-selected Oloroso sherry oak casks and premium Indian grain spirits are combined with imported Scotch malts that have been aged in Bourbon. Freshly cut grass, vanilla, cinnamon, and malt aromas waft from the nose. There are notes of fruit, oak, and vanilla in every sip. In contrast, the finish is medium and has hints of spice and peat.
 
Price - Rs. 700 (approx)
 
Signature Rare Aged Whisky
This whisky's rich, deep gold colour makes it appear rich in a glass, but it's more than just appearances. Diageo's master blender, Caroline Martin, created this subtle blend of Islay, Highland, and Indian whisky, with sweet notes leading the way. If you look closely, you can detect menthol notes on the nose before oak, caramel, vanilla, and juniper dominate the palate.
 
Price - Rs. 750 (approx)
 
Bagpiper Classic Whisky
This brand is most well-known by its slogan, "khoob jamega rang jab mil baithenge teen yaar, aap main, aur Bagpiper." It has been promoted by a number of celebrities, including Jackie Shroff, Sunny Deol, and Shah Rukh Khan. Taste-wise, it matches the campaign well. It pours a gentle golden colour and is a blend of Indian grain spirits aged in oak barrels. Notes of caramel, oak, fruit, wood, molasses, and smoke abound in every sip. The finish is really silky.
 
Price - Rs. 600 (approx)
 
Imperial Blue Superior Grain
The world's third-highest-selling whisky is Imperial Blue. This Indian whisky, also referred to as IB, is produced by Pernod Ricard. It was first introduced by Seagrams in 1997, and Pernod Ricard and Diageo jointly purchased it in 2001. It's IB, whose notorious television commercials with the slogan "Men will be men" continue to air.
 
Price - Rs. 590 (approx)
 
Eight PM
This well-known party drink, which has long dominated Indian drinking customs and is ranked lower on whisky price lists, rounds out this list as a wild card. Its claim to be the first brand in history to sell one million cases in its first year of release and place in the LIMCA Book of Records is undoubtedly evidence of its deliciousness. Each drink has a sweet taste with notes of peat and fruit. Meanwhile, the finish is luxurious.
 
Price - Rs. 500 (approx)
 
Mcdowell’s No.1 Reserve Whisky
One of the greatest whiskies available at a reasonable price is still McDowell's No. 1 Reserve, which goes by the famous slogan "No1 Yaari Ka No1 Spirit." Indian malt whiskies and imported Scotch malts make up the blended number. This spirit is layered with hints of mint, vanilla, butterscotch, oak spice, and sweet grain spice, all of which are sure to bring back fond memories.
 
Price - Rs. 500 (approx) 

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