The same study publishes that Glenmorangie 10 YO's shares grew 23%, and in disappointing news- Laphroaig 10 YO lost 32%! Part of Laphroaig's loss is to do with its parent company, Beam. Beam has been restructuring its local operations recently, and perhaps that has caused some distribution irregularities.
But India's market is big enough for all, for single malt sales account for a miniscule 1% of the total whisky consumption in India. The agenda for all is to make people realise that Black or Double Black label is not the pinnacle of uisge beatha!
A big shout out to my man Beeku Bhopali for spotting this report on Times of India. And a big thumbs down to TOI for not knowing that it's always written THE Glenlivet, never without THE!