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Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated Single Malt Whisky (750ml)

SKU #1160213 Whisky Advocate

 Smoky, yes, but the effect is more shore-like: on the beach, hot sand, wood smoke, and a faint hint of balloons…there must be a party going on. In addition you get olive oil, preserved lemon, and eucalyptus. The palate is thick with strawberry sweeties that push back against the peat. Water calms things (suggesting this would work with soda), while the finish sees the campfire emit more smoke. (DB, Winter 2013)

K&L Notes

Named for the famous distillery in the town of the same name, the new Scottish Barley version of the PC is here! The massive intensity of Port Charlotte is framed in a very natural context. Tarry and phenolic, turning toward citrus and salt on the palate. The oily texture is lifted by a tartness that offsets the smoke nicely. A very exciting whisky for any Bruichladdich lover.

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By: James Knight | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/28/2014 | Send Email
It's like sipping an artisanal lemon drop cocktail while a hay field burns around me; it's heather and honey dressed in blonde suede; it's too hot to handle--or is it? (from a sample) This is a light, bright, and high-toned smoky spirit, not on the dark side of peaty drams, that is for sure. But it is alive and interesting.

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