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Port Charlotte 10 Year Old, Heavily Peated Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl

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Palate: Oak-y smoke and salty sea air, paired with sweeter notes of Custard Cream biscuits and white grape. How nice that, even nowadays, at Port Charlotte you don't have to stretch that far to get a really good dram in your glass. The PC 10 almost has to be careful that the Islay Barley doesn’t overtake it sooner or later. Definitely not overwhelmed by the sherry, you can already see that in the color, fresh and sour, caramel, I think Laddie has the clearest distillery character for me, vinous, a little pepper, vanilla, I deliberately don't name anything that goes in the direction of Oloroso, since this is not present at least at the beginning, then freshly sliced bread, and yes it becomes fruity, red berries, seasoning, Christmas spices, then becomes drier, leaving a malty sweetness You are responsible for all activities through your account. You are responsible for the accuracy of the information you provide to us in relation to your account, and for updating it where necessary. You are not allowed to create multiple accounts. We may terminate or temporarily suspend your account to protect you, ourselves or our partners from (suspected) identity theft or other (suspected) fraudulent (e.g. false, misleading, deceptive) activity. You have the obligation to keep your login credentials confidential. You shall not authorize any others to use or access your account.

Port Charlotte PC7 - Ratings and reviews - Whiskybase Port Charlotte PC7 - Ratings and reviews - Whiskybase

The Distilleries of Islay". Coleraine Chronicle. Northern Ireland. 29 August 1874 . Retrieved 17 October 2021– via British Newspaper Archive. There too Bruichladdich planned to create a new distillery in which to produce heavily-peated whisky, but the plans never came to fruition, and it seems highly unlikely that distilling will return to the village since the acquisition of Bruichladdich by French company Rémy Cointreau in 2012. Bruichladdich Bottler Distillery Bottling Bottling serie Oileanach Furachail Bottled 06.12.2014 Number of bottles 12000 Strength 58.7 % Vol. Size 700 ml 700 ml Label Heavily Peated Bottle code P/140610 14/351 Barcode 5055807402910 Bottled for Travel Retail Exclusive Added on 15 jan 2015 1:31 pm by Callo Got some great news yesterday… Eldest daughters’ partner proposed while on hols over in South Australia… on the stroke of midnight… I need to celebrate with with something nice …. It’s smoky, powerful and tasty. Not overly complex, but well done with a nice slight sweet and earthiness that compliments the peatFrom Bruichladdich's super heavily peated Octomore range, Event Horizon was released to celebrate Fèis Ìle 2019. Matured for 12 years in a combo of Pedro Ximénez and oloroso sherry casks, this single malt is peated to a whopping 162.6 PPM. Nose: Heather, sea spray, caramel fudge, ashy smoke, earth, lemon zest, vanilla, barbecued pineapple. The Service has been prepared by us solely for information purposes to Members and the Service is based on information we consider reliable and we obtain the contents of the Service from a number of different third party sources (including Contributions), but we do not endorse, support, represent, warrant or guarantee the completeness, truthfulness, accuracy, or reliability of the Services and any information therein. The medium duration finish is definitely shorter than I expected. When I tried it for the first time with less time in the glass, the finish seemed to be a bit longer–so medium-long, then–and also a bit more edgy, which I also liked. This time, however, the warm smoke wears off first, while the sweetness, along with spices and wood notes, stay on for a bit longer until they fade with a hint of vanilla and make me want to go for another round.

Port Charlotte - Whiskybase - Ratings and reviews for whisky Port Charlotte - Whiskybase - Ratings and reviews for whisky

Port Charlotte whisky gets its name from the village of Port Charlotte, a white-walled and windswept sort of place just a couple of kilometers down the road from Bruichladdich. This release, Port Charlotte 10, is distilled from 100% Scottish barley peated to 40 ppm. Ppm stands for parts per million phenol, a common method for for gauging the smokiness of malted barley that isn’t always useful for consumers. The distillate ages at least 10 years on Islay in a mix of first- and second-fill American whiskey casks, and second-fill French wine casks. It’s bottled at 50% ABV and, like all of Bruichladdich’s whiskies, without coloring or chill filtration.

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