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The 10 year old Port Charlotte is the first of the PC bottlings to join Bruichladdich's core range. It is a rich, smouldering dram distilled from malt peated to 40ppm.
Nose: Creamy sweet vanilla notes meld with rich, dark, powdering peat and roasted hazelnut. Hints of sherried peels and caramel.
Palate: Dark caramel and peat smoke. A wave of dried fruit and candied peels. Tropical fruit, bonfire toffee and walnut.
Finish: Dark chocolate digestives and smoked prune juice. Creamy and spiced.
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Gorgeous, perfect. Such a beautiful peat smoke with subtle hints of cream vanilla and sweetness. I'll be picking this one up again as soon as i see it.
6th August 2015
very nice whisky peated as i was looking for and a nice fruit flavours a would say some banana and Big chocolat on the palate nice nose whit lot fo fruit :) nice Whisky for the price
4th September 2013
Nice whisky, quite pleasant. It is not too heavily peated.
19th July 2013
28th March 2013
Any reason this, assuming it is Port Charlotte 10 as in the picture, is £25 more expensive than most other retailers?
9th January 2013
Hugely impressed by this peaty offering from Bruichladdie, though not sure on the pricing structure...??
7th January 2013
Fantastic release from the Bruichladdich team. All in preparation for the reopening of the Port Charlotte Distillery in a few years time. I'm not quite sure where this price came from... it's £40 in the distillery. People often compare Bruichladdich to other Islay cults like Laphroaig which isn't fair, as they are such different whiskies. However, this is more comparable. I prefer it to the 10yo, but Triplewood beats it I reckon.Well worthy of adding to anyone's collection though. At £35/£40 it's a bargain, at this price, not so much!