If whiskey is your cup of tea, then the newly opened Paul John Visitor Centre is a place that you are going to fancy. Bookmark this on your next Goa trip, and go behind the scenes to know what goes into the making of the Paul John single malts! By Rashima Nagpal

The famous John Distilleries in Goa is revealing its single malt secrets to the world with the opening of the Paul John Visitor Centre. First of its kind in India, the visitor centre at the distillery welcomes you to take a stroll through the barrels, experience the process from mashing to distilling in exclusive copper pot stills, visit the underground cellar, enjoy exquisite tasting sessions, discover the intricacy of flavours, and more.

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Paul John’s internationally acclaimed Indian whiskey created by the tropical shores of Goa has a unique charm to it. And so, witnessing the craft and time-honoured process involved in its making is something we can vouch for.

Crafted from six-row barley that are grown across the vast lands of Rajasthan and the
foothills of the Himalayas, the Paul John single malt is aged for a minimum of five years and is non chill-filtered. Its rich aromas and rare tropical flavours make this whiskey a top choice among malt lovers around the world.

Paul John Visitor Centre, is located in the distillery premises in Cuncolim, Goa. With oystershell windows, dramatically coloured walls and rustic furniture, the aesthetics of the Visitor Centre highlights the Portuguese influence. Group and private tours can be booked, or you can walk in any time from Monday to Sunday, between 11am and 4pm.

 

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