Double Gold for India’s single malt whisky “Three Monkeys’; Asia’s Spirits Competition” 

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Three Monkeys Indian origin Single Malt whisky shines again!

It has received many international awards for its quality and packaging including at SIP International awards California, USA and at New York International Spirits Competition this year.

Three Monkeys bagged Double Gold medals for excellence in quality and packaging at just concluded Spiritz selection awards 2022 initiated by Asia’s most popular, leading and largest circulated lifestyle liquor magazine and TV channel in its 13th year of publication.

Bagging Gold in blind tasting means it’s very much drinkable that the judges enjoyed. Bagging again Gold in packaging means the bottle stood out in some way. So in all “double gold” means it wowed.

“We are delighted to have won 16 gold medals at the Spiritz competition for our incredible brands including for our core product ‘Three Monkeys’ winning double gold medals” says Dr. Mohan Krishna, founder, Cheers group.

Three Monkeys is a great “high-end” whisky that delivers. It’s not going to blow any minds, but it makes a hell of an easy sipper. And, sometimes, that’s enough!

“To receive so many gold medals across the board is a true testament to our quality and packaging, of course, the team’s ability to keep our innovative ethos fresh. Three Monkeys is an Indian origin Single Malt whisky, and we are ecstatic to be celebrating this with the world!” says Ashwin Mohan Krishna, Executive Director, Cheers group.

“Three Monkeys exceptionally smooth Single Malt whisky is perfect for celebrating, sharing and as the ultimate gift for a loved one” opines Dr. Krishna.

“We are absolutely delighted with this news! We work incredibly hard to ensure every one of our products look and taste amazing. To win double gold medals for our Three Monkeys Indian Single Malt whisky is just fantastic!” Says Dr. Divya Balivada, Creative Director, Cheers group.

The Three Monkeys blend begins on the palate with rich, caramel notes. Subtle spices and dry sweetness start to make way, following with a smooth oak finish while the sherry barrels add a pleasant mouth feel. It’s complex and satisfying. For 2200 bucks, you cannot beat this. Add a rock to really let it open up on the glass and take your time enjoying this one. Cheers!