We all need that time every now and then when we can consume some spirits and umm, get into high spirits. We’ve all had crazy drunk stories to tell the next day and whether it is to bond with your friends and business partners over a solemn drink or to go all wild and crazy at a pub, we need them! So here’s taking a look at the fifteen top-selling Indian Alcoholic drinks.
FOUR SEASONS WINE
Established in 2006, this brand has red, white and rose wines in its collection; which varies from Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Zinfandel. A winner of several awards, Four Seasons wines is perfect for any formal occasions.
This wine brand also has Champagnes in its collection; in addition, to several types of white, red and rose wines. This brand is also the leader in Indian wine industry; with over 70% market share.
Described by many whiskey aficionados as ‘smooth and smoky’, this is sure to be on any whiskey loving Indian’s list. Offering the smoothness of a fine scotch and yet friendly on the pocket, Blender’s Pride is one of the top-selling whiskeys in the country.
This blend of Scotch and Indian malts became the first whiskey in the country to cross the 1 million cases sales mark in a year; in 2004. With a rustic grainy flavor, this goes down well with some nice kebabs.
Being easily recognized by the iconic stag logo, Royal Stag, is the third most selling whiskey in the country.
Light on the pocket while high on the kick! Officer’s choice is actually the everyman’s choice. That’s why it is the largest selling whiskey in the world!
MCDOWELL NO. 1
With affordable Whiskey, Rum and Brandy under its banner, McDowell’s No. 1 is the largest selling umbrella spirits brand in the world!
Available in two variants, this whiskey is a perfect blend of Scotch and Indian spirits. It’s like that touch of Scotland to a desi feel. The octagonal bottles are something one can’t miss.
To make a list like this without including this is nothing short of a blasphemy. With a distinct vanilla flavor, this dark rum has been a favorite of the armed forces for 60 years now. It was the largest selling rum in the world; till it was overtaken by Mc. Dowells in 2013. Even now, if any Indian says ‘rum’, it only implies Old Monk.
No party is complete without downing a few bottles of this golden delight. Light and slightly hoppy, this beer has been the king of good times for four decades now!
Article Source: SouthReport