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A very curious malt distilled at Bruichladdich in 2001. This is a heavily peated Port Charlotte whisky, aged in a single cask (number 275) and bottled on the 5th August 2011. A release of 249 numbered bottles.
Nose: A fragrant, aromatic nose with notes of red wine and thick, rich peat. Notes of creosote, black pepper and Stilton.
Palate: Intense and very muscular. The palate offers up citrus, white pepper, intense, briny peat smoke, sticking plasters and bonfire toffee.
Finish: A long, peppery finish.
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Why is a 10 year old Port Charlotte fetching such a price? I ask as I am holding a barrel that was put down in December 2001 and am wondering if it has the same value?
1st July 2015