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Port Charlotte Scottish Barley - Heavily Peated

(70cl, 50%)

Port Charlotte Scottish Barley - Heavily Peated

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PC Scottish Barley Bottling Note

Master distiller Jim McEwan specially chose the casks that create the Port Charlotte Scottish Barley, which highlight the elegance within this heavily peated single malt. Made with 100% Scottish barley and matured in the village of Port Charlotte.

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Port Charlotte Scottish Barley - Heavily Peated Reviews

love ❤️

Oh, it's delicious, damn peaty, sits on your gums for a while afterwards, a notch above most of the rest at the price I paid. Sold for $80/bottle (in Kyiv)... went on sale at half that for a weekend. I bought 5 bottles, and ration them so they'll be in the shelf for a ling time to come. Danm good investment.

11th February 2021

A Jim McEwan master peice

This is THE every-man's single malt. Not too expensive, but has the taste of a scotch many times the cost. Stands up defiantly against the other Islays. Compares favorably to the venerable Lagavulin 16.

Please nose neat at first and then add water, let it bloom and take your time. Enjoy this lovely experience, and do so with a friend if at all possible.

6th March 2020

A Warm Hug

Let it sit a bit with a drop or two of water. Unmistakable smoke. Less obvious herbs later. Challenges self control.

10th December 2019

Puerto Rican Delight

Smells a bit like Iodine, tastes like heaven. A bit of water and Ay Bendito! Amazing!!!

2nd November 2019

Smokey cracker

Great whisky. Peat hits you from a few feet away. Fabulous

18th August 2018

More than a decent whisky

Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated 50% vol.

The content of phenols at the level of 40 ppm, matures in barrels from American and European oak, non-chill filtered, natural color.

Nose: fruity (citruses), sweet peat, caramel, toffee, ash, earth, oranges, mango, hay, leather, needles, dry leaves, aromatic, mild, floral, vanilla, smoke, traces of rubber, pears, charred wood, iodine sea breeze, sand on the beach, tropical fruits wrapped in smoke.

Taste: delicate, fruity, ripe apple, oranges, then smoke, earth, ash, slightly spicy notes, vanilla, caramel, smoked malt, leather, wet ropes, some medicaments, bandages, iodine, licorice, a bit of salt, dry grass, lime, salty caramel, sea salt, hay.

Finish: long, malty, smoked barley, dry grass, oak, sweetness.

Quite a lot of sweetness wrapped in peat smoke, it's very nice to drink, a lot is happening here and it's worth leaving it in a glass for some time and let the imagination bring with it the power of associations. Peat does not dominate the taste even though it is strongly perceptible. Whisky is well balanced and I will come back to it again and again.

13th July 2018

Lovely

The nose was smoke. That's it. Needs to sit a while I think.
The palate tingled - totally mystified me but I got popcorn and salty taffy.
The finish lasted and it was warm.

8th June 2018

I love it

Very nice n smooth

26th May 2018

Let it set a while, it's worth the wait

At first I wasn't impressed. But if you let it set. It needs to breathe a long time and it changes dramatically. One of my favorites.

8th April 2018

Just about perfect.

The bottle needs to be open a few days. Best description of taste: Dalwhinnie 15/ Laphroaig 10 blend. It does have everything it needs. For me it is the perfect scotch. I can imagine a better one. Just haven't found it, yet.

12th March 2018

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