Port Charlotte PC8 Ar Duthchas - Fantastic Peat Party!
I know people say 'What the hell is Bruichladdich doing? Churning out an expression a day?' But you know what? They make sure each expression is worth the trouble. And the PC8 certainly is! Obvious smoky… read more
Port Charlotte An Turas Mor - Delicious peat smoke but unrefined
This is one of the first NAS single malts I have tried. It was recommended to me as a peaty, smoky, intense scotch that I would probably go crazy for. The smoky smell was immediately FAR more intense … read more
Port Charlotte The Peat Project - Didn't make me go "Holy Smoke"
Port Charlotte's Peat Project is a perfect whisky for somebody who wants to try smoky whisky for the first time. That's why my movie reference doesn't actually fit in so well (sorry, I didn't have any … read more
Port Charlotte Heavily Peated 10yo - Islay-style with a great fresh nose
Time to write a review again, last months I was just busy drinking the stuff without thinking about it too much. Well, this week I finally made an order and besides several bottles of wonderful Bourbons… read more
Port Charlotte 10 Year Old 2001 Malts of Scotland - Goat Cheese
This Port Charlotte was also bottled for the Islay Whisky Dinner 2012 gebotteld by Malts of Scotland. It would seem there are quite a few casks of this Ileach maturing in the Paderborn warehouses. This… read more
Port Charlotte PC8 Ar Duthchas - impressive
It is normal that certain whisky tastes a bit different under different circumstances - what's been on your palate before, what's your mood, what's outside temperature... But this whisky has such a strong… read more
Port Charlotte 2002/2012 Malts of Scotland - Salt Marzipan
Okay, this young Port Charlotte matured on a sherrycask and was bottled at a whopping cask strength of 63,1% ABV. Let me run downstairs to the garage to fetch my helmet. This is most likely going to be… read more
Port Charlotte PC8 Ar Duthchas - PC Smackdown
Was able to find a bottle of this bad boy in Chevy Chase for $99.00, the normal retail where most stores will mark this up to $150-200. Pouring light golden to near white. Huge, thin and delicate legs… read more
Port Charlotte PC7 Sin An Doigh Ileach - Near masterpiece
Pouring straw to light gold, ridiculous thin, widely spaced tears with powerful formation. Nose up front is much too boozy near flammable. Needs to seriously decant for 10-15 minutes. Volatiles settle … read more
Port Charlotte PC8 Ar Duthchas - A bomb.
This one is massive. At least for my palate and nose having little experience with peat monsters like this. But I really enjoyed it! I only got a sample which I tasted some days ago for the first time… read more