Port Charlotte Scottish Barley, Bruichladdich distillery's expression using 0 Scottish barley. Port Charlotte Scottish Barley, which uses peat coal in the drying phase of barley, has a peat level of 40 ppm.
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Port Charlotte Scottish Barley (Scottish Single Malt, 50% abv)
Nose: The peat effect is felt with the first smell, but I can say that this effect is quite mild. Light soot and sea salt are accompanied by sweet aromas such as orange, apricot, caramel and honey. In a balanced and light image.
Palate: It has a soft texture on the palate as it is on the nose. Sweet and slightly acidic flavors such as orange, lime and grape are accompanied by malt, vanilla and honey. All these aromas are surrounded by an elegant peat character. A little more spicy compared to the nose. Oily, full and easy to drink.
Finish: Soot, peat, orange and lime. Medium to long finish.
Overall: Port Charlotte Scottish Barley is a whiskey that stands out among other Port Charlotte whiskeys with its elegant and easy-drinking character.
I can say that Port Charlotte Scottish Barley is a light but full-bodied Islay whiskey with its fine peat character in addition to fruity aromas.
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