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Port Charlotte PC9

(70cl, 59.2%)

Port Charlotte PC9

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PC9 Bottling Note

An incredibly limited release from Bruichladdich, this edition of the ferociously peaty Port Charlotte was aged for 9 years in American oak, and there are just 6,000 bottles

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A smoky, fiery nose with molasses, black treacle, pepper corns, sea spray and coal dust. It's smoky, oily and rich, and even hints at nutmeg and allspice.

Palate: Creamy, almost minty, and smoky. Hints of wood ash, pepper and chili warmth. Some bourbon cask influences, as well as citrus zest, rapeseed oil and charcoal.

Finish: Rich, intense and oily. Rich warm slabs of peat and butterscotch. Smoky and very coastal on the finish.

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Port Charlotte PC9 Reviews

A new favourite

I'm not into working out what whisky tastes like, but this tasted amazing. Very sweet, but also very peaty and medicinal. It's probably my new favourite malt.

2nd July 2014

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