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Port Charlotte 2007 CC:01

(70cl, 57.8%)

Port Charlotte 2007 CC:01

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Port Charlotte 2007 CC:01 Bottling Note

Originally released for the Travel Retail Market in the first half of 2016, Port Charlotte 2007 CC:01 is a peated expression from the Bruichladdich distillery which has been fully matured in French oak casks!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Smoky oak lingers throughout, but sweet vine peach and juicy plum notes are up-front and lively.

Palate: Toasted almond and meaty malt leading into smoky bacon. Warming spices, zesty orange and fresh red apple.

Finish: Vanilla, leather furniture, lemon meringue.

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Port Charlotte 2007 CC:01 Reviews


One of the best i tasted

5th January 2021


My absolute favourite, wish it would hurry back and be in stock

12th November 2020


I get strong lemon and citrus, tart plum juice. A bit of orange peel. Strong peat and a mineral touch. Almond, vanilla, icecream? Beautiful oily mouthfeel. Overall a winner. A bit like Lag 8, but fruitier without losing the peat punch. A new favorite has been gained today

10th April 2019

A Worthy Addition

A great addition to have for your palate. This 8-year old heavily peated Scotch is finished in Cognac barrels and that French oak is something quite apparent, especially in the finish. It is well balanced with tones of peat, leather, hazelnuts and a touch of citrus.

Possible to drink neat, add a dash of water and you'll have a myriad of angles to discover in this. Can be heavy on the oak for some. Well worth the price.

21st November 2018


Love this whiskey! Tasted it at the Bruichladdich Distillery and bought a bottle at the duty free on the way home. It’s perfect with a peat and sweet combination.

1st September 2018


Outstanding, fantastic combination of peaty and sweet tastes. Bought it on a ferry between Sweden and Denmark. Must make the trip again and buy more before it is sold out.

31st July 2018


The most perfect dram. Smoke, sweetness and a intensely satisfying finish. My favourite whiskey of all time, bought 2 bottles straight after tasting it.

2nd April 2018


I found this to be absolutely stunning. The nose is seaside and peat but also juicy fruits and a beautiful fragrant note. Palate is initially peaty/smoky, but also malty, with citrus and sweet and fruit jam. Finish is long. Beautifully balanced. Needs air to lose some of the initial alcohol, maybe just a few drops of water. I was running out of different tastes and flavor profiles but this does the trick. Very different from all other smoky/peaty stuff I've had.

30th October 2017

Very good.

Tried 2 bottles of this, the first bottle blew me away. The second bottle I bought at Christmas together with the Port Charlotte 10 and an Octomore 7.1. My conclusion is that for the lesser price you pay the PC10 is the one to go for. I'd still give it 4 stars though. It's different and worth a try.

27th January 2017

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