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Port Charlotte is a small town on the west bank of Loch Indaal on whisky island Islay.
Port Charlotte is also the brand name under which the nearby Bruichladdich distillery produces one of its two peated single malt whiskies. Octomore is the other one.
Port Charlotte is the brand name under which Islay Bruichladdich distillery produces peated whiskies. This 'PC10' is the standard bottling. At 50% this is a beautiful oily and fruity malt, a real Islay! For those who love peat and smoke.
For those who like a well-sherryed and smoky single malt whisky, this bottling from Maltbarn is something for the wish-list: a 15-year-old Port Charlotte aged on sherry cask. This peated Islay whisky is bottled at cask strength (55.5%).
Other than usual, this Port Charlotte peated single malt whisky. It matured for 8 years in casks from the Cognac region, and you can taste that! Together with the well-known greasy smokiness and salty Port Charlotte notes, you have a great, complex dram!
With this bottling Whiskey-Fässle releases an exemplary Port Charlotte single malt whisky. The smoky malt distilled by Bruichladdich matured on a bourbon cask for 10 years. Besides being smoky, this dram is also powerful at 62.7%. Not for wimps!
In the well-known 'laboratory bottle' of their Elements of Islay series, Elixir Distillers releases this 7-year-old Port Charlotte single malt whisky. The peated malt from the Bruichladdich distillery aged on bourbon casks and was bottled at cask strength
Much Scottish whisky is nowadays made from barley from overseas. But this Port Charlotte single malt whisky is made from original Scottish barley. It is a young malt, but surprisingly well balanced. And of course the peat smoke is well present.
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