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Whisky Port Charlotte Islay Barley 2013 by Bruichladdich 70 cl

PORT CHARLOTTE Islay Barley 2013 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Heavily Peated 70 cl

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Port Charlotte Islay Barley 40 ppm by Bruichladdich is a whiskey produced in Scotland with the Islay appellation.

The Bruichladddich distillery was founded in 1881 on the west coast of the Isle of Islay opposite Bowmore. But it was really in the 2000s after its takeover by Murray Mac David, an independent bottler, that Bruichladdich took off in the form we know it to be.

The people of Bruichladdich describe themselves as nonconformists, easily breaking with tradition to seek new paths.
The distiller and cellar master Jim Mc Ewan, a former Bowmore since he worked there for 37 years, no longer counts the finishing tests he has attempted.
Bruichladdich's style is marked by saline notes, hints of salted butter caramel, biscuit and fruity notes of lemon and green apple. All this is linked to the shapes of the stills whose necks are very elongated, this characteristic helps to produce this delicious Islay whiskey quite light and fluid.
Bruichladdich promotes short circuits and signs barley supply contracts with farmers in Islay, just as a bottling line has been set up on Islay to anchor itself in the societal landscape of the island.
This whiskey is produced on the Isle of Islay. All the whiskeys from the Isle of Islay have a characteristic and common style which is the presence of smoky notes due to the peat which is used to dry the barley during the malting operation.
The peat, consuming more than it burns, gives off a great deal of smoke. It is this smoke that gives this taste that we find in these whiskeys.
The Lochs water used brings more or less peat, giving Islay whiskeys these peaty (a little earthy) notes. On this island we can distinguish two large production areas, with smoked and peaty whiskeys to the south, sometimes to the extreme, and to the north the marine influence brings hints of iodine and saline. Laphroig is Prince Charles' favorite whiskey happens to be an Islay whiskey.

Port Charlotte Islay Barley 40ppm is a Single Malt

To be classified as Single Malt, a whiskey obeys 2 immutable rules. This whiskey be produced in a single distillery which gives the Single, then come only from malted cereals: the Malt. The malted cereal must be barley but in rare exceptions it is possible to use rye. Scotland is the main supplier of single malt. These are Scotch Scotch Single Malt Whiskey, but you will find other countries such as Japan, India, the Czech Republic or France which also offer good Single Malt. The principles are always the same, this whiskey must come from a single distillery and the cereal used must be malted barley.


Type of Product Alcohols
Volume 70cl
Country Scotland
Appellations Islay Single Malt
Château Domaine or Brand Bruichladdich Port Charlotte
Pairing Ideas aperitif liqueur oysters, sea food, shellfishs smoked fish
Type of Spirit whiskey
Whiskey Type Single Malt iodized whisky peated whisky smoky whisky
Alcohol Degree 50
Vintage 2013
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