Amrut is a four year old single malt whisky. It was promoted into the UK market in 2004 with nothing less than a single malt whisky designation and that hasn’t changed. The whisky is matured in American oak barrels using barley grown in the foothills of the Himalayans, and, distilled in Bangladore. The Jagdale Group own Amrut Distillery, and, the brainchild behind the whisky is Mr. Rakshit N. Jagdale. From what I have heard and mostly from reports that I had read, admittedly, in 2004, the single malt has fared well in blind tastings and has been compared to 10-12 yo Speysiders, described with fruity & floral tasting characteristics.
I think it is regretful that it is not sold in India. I, too, find it odd that I can buy a bottle of it off of the LCBO shelves before you can buy it in India. Hopefully, that tide will change soon.