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Port Charlotte 2002 (Malts of Scotland) cask 1172

27 February 2013 Written by:

Having a bad nose week , and a bad week all together after catching the flu. Good i have some tasting notes waiting i Queue, as it seems no tasting is happening this week at whisky Israel towers. This one is really overdue, and was a part of a MOS bottle share organized by the one and only Sjoerd (NL). I love me some PC and those heavily peated malts produced by the Laddie are often excellent, especially relatively young and kicking. This came Au naturel from Bourbon Hogshead, no bizarre finishes or sherry, just plain old ex-bourbon. 306 bottles in this batch.Bruichladdich-Port-Charlotte-Malts-of-Scotland-Cask-1172

Port Charlotte  2002 Malts of Scotland Cask 1172, 64,2%

Nose:  Starting a bit sharp with the expected avalanche of  peat and pepper then followed by spices such as  Cinnamon , then off to becoming more earthy and with some new leather.

Palate: A true pepper  and peat bomb. Lovely stuff. Spicy with chilly , cinnamon and leather. and heaps of

Smoke and earth with hints of vanilla.

Finish: Peat . Waves of smoke , pepper and heather.

A very good example of young PC, that delivers all you can hope for, and will please peat freaks, and PC lovers. Natural and good.

Score: 88/100

3 Comments »

  • Sjoerd de Haan-Kramer said:

    Yeah, I remember that one. Stunning stuff. It made me want to buy more Port Charlotte. For some reason, I never do, but I’d still love to have a bottle of that one!

  • Gal(WhiskyIsrael) said:

    wanted to pick some PC 10 but didnt. #FAIL

  • Tasting Port Charlotte PC10 | Whisky Israel said:

    […] PC7. Since then I’ve tasted the PC9 (no notes, just for fun) and a few indie PCs  (here and here ) which were crackers. I love this profile of highly peated Laddie, one notch before Octomore. only […]

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