PC Peat Project
This Port Charlotte is a heavily peated (44ppm) single malt whisky from the progressive Islay distillers at Bruichladdich. This bottling is a blend of multiple vintages of this smoky whisky and offers an insight into how Bruichladdich may have tasted in years gone by.
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Nose: This is a battle between peat and spice. The smoke swirls around a battalion of pepper and cinnamon.
Palate: The smoke arrives first followed by an immense creaminess on the palate, then notes of sherbet lemon emerge.
Finish: The finish is fruity with just a hint of soot and nutmeg.
Overall: This is a whisky for the peat-heads and is a great example of what's coming out of Bruichladdich's peat project.
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20th June 2014
Definitely recommend this bottle. It has become my new go to scotch. Smooth, very nice taste, great finish.
22nd November 2013
Fresh with attitude
Bought this after trying the laddie ten which I enjoyed. Having tried most of the big named peated scotch. I was amazed by the robust taste of this scotch from The first sip it had me wanting more and for fifty dollars in my area it has just moved to the front of the line up in my scotch drinking endeavors.
26th September 2013
Balanced smoke hit, vanilla cream, then a peppery ethanol finish. A very refreshing whisky which also does well as an introduction to peaty single malts. Also great bottle design compared to the stereotypical whisky bottles with labels using out of date fonts
27th July 2013
Bought a half bottle while on holiday. Shame, I could have drammed a cask away. This would be a great intro into peat whiskey as its not a shock to the palate as some are, more a kiss and a cuddle.
22nd July 2013
Every peat lover will like this spirit. However, do not expect a big peat hit. This is a fragrant, ethereal, spring/early summer peat, washed with mellow ocean breeze, zesty, flowery, multi-layered, sweet and tame, yet mischievous. Lovely, indeed!
6th April 2013
This bottling is i many ways a successor to the Anturas Mor, however this one goes back to the Laddie roots, with lots of zesty, dense and creamy citrus notes that is almost "tequila-esque", how very bruichladdich. The Anturas bottling was closer, if anything to a good mellow young laphroaig minus the peppers. A very nice bottling of a series coming of age, lovely i say...