Seven Indian whisky brands in the list of world's top twenty
Now there is a strong reason to smile for Indian Whisky companies. Now seven Indian whisky brands have achieved significant positions out of 20 best selling spirits of the worlds.
Now it can be say that some of the world's best-loved whisky doesn't actually come from the Highlands but is made in India and traditionally has a much sweeter taste than Scotch. Certainly it is a major achievement for the Indian whisky industries as it has notices on such a world level ranking.
The Indian whisky brands, which got the honor, are Officer's Choice, McDowell's No.1, Bagpiper, Royal Stag, McDowell's No.1, Old Tavern and Original Choice.
It has achieved their positions after the competing with many world level established brands from Korea, China etc.
Meanwhile a powerful rice wine from Korea, called Jinro, has been named as the best-selling spirit in the world - selling more than 60 million cases a year.
There are some names on this prestigious list that seem obscure even though their popularity far outweighs better known brands.
The exotic sounding Emperador, a brandy, and Pirassunga 51, a Brazilian drink called cachaca, both sell more than 18 million cases a year.
Some better known names include Smirnoff vodka, Bacardi, rum and Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky are the part of list.
(With inputs from ANI)
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