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Port Charlotte An Turas Mor

(70cl, 46.0%)
Port Charlotte An Turas Mor
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(7 Reviews)

An Turas Mor Bottling Note

The first NAS release from Bruichladdich's Port Charlotte Brand. A superb balance of peat and smoke. Retains the intensity of other Port Charlotte releases without compromise.

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User Reviews of the Port Charlotte An Turas Mor

On of my favorite whiskeys

Shame this is sold out. A wonderful peated dram with lots of spice. My favorite of the Bruichladdich That ive tasted. Nevertheless I wont visit Laddi if I go to Islay, I think theyr whisky is way too expensive, but this laddie came in 20cl bottles, and I tried it several times when it was on the marked.

19th March 2015

Excellent stuff!

While I've yet to be thrilled by anything I've tasted from Bruichladdich to date, this PC An Turas Mor ticked all the boxes for me.
Have bought again several times already and will continuen to do so.

27th June 2013

Mike/Sthlm Sweden.

Here is one of my new found favorites. Peat and smoke in a lovely combination.

29th May 2013

Halfway edition

It is not as good as eg. 12yo or 15yo regular Laddie editions. If you look for peat go better for the Laddie Peat bottling. Furthermore if you look for typical Laddie delicate complexity you'd better take Laddie Classic.
My personal choice would be - in quite same price range - Bruichladdich Infinity 2nd edition, amazing and very nuancee dram.

26th February 2013


Hi Nick, NAS Means 'No Age Statement' as this will be a younger spirit and the distillery won't want to put a label showing 4 or 5 year old incase it puts some people off that think the higher the number = the better the whisky (load of rubbish)
Hope this helps

16th October 2012


What does NAS mean?
thank u /Nick.

2nd October 2012


Great peated whisky. stands on the same level as Lagavulin, Ardbeg for me. Good hints of peat, pepper and sea brine. Aftertaste is very long and warm. For this price is my new NAS favorite!

4th April 2012

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