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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Bruichladdich Port Charlotte Scottish Barley
Absolutely amazing heavily peated whisky.
Full body, strongly peated and enjoyable. Sweet enough and not rude.
I very much enjoyed this one
Sip it neat very nice peat with some smoke a good scotch. Will buy it again!
The Port Charlotte project is a great success!! Incredibly Smokey and the heavily peated’s incredible! It’s enough to stick with you and follow through as you sip, but it’s not overpowering in a way that turns off a lot of people who avoid peated whisky. A new favorite!!
Peat and smoke on the nose, not much of any smoke on the palate, the peat is there but still pretty soft all in all. Still prefer a Laphroaig 10 over this but was fun to try out.
One of my go-to scotches. It's pretty affordable, and can hang in there with the standard islay scotches.
Surprisingly good. Not as heavily peated as the name suggests...but that's a good thing. Very well balanced with both sweet and smokey. Will definitely buy again.
Such a nice note, pleasant with floral sweet aroma. Tastes as good as the aroma and finishing with smoke and peat. Wonderful!
Just had a tasting here at home with friends. We tasted Dalmore (12 year), Aberlour (12 year), & the Port Charlotte Heavily Peated (that I'd not had for a few months). The Aberlour was loved by all, but the Port Charlotte was the best surprise once again. It will still be my favorite to return to after questing with others.
Overwhelming peaty smokiness, both on the nose and on the finish. Doesn't linger too long. I really like this scotch.
Used to work for Wilson’s fuels and stayed at lochindall hotel when over there in Islay bruichladdich or “bricladie “ as prounced locally was great , great people and great product guys
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Scotch Whisky Experience, Edinburgh, 4/18
Cardboard? Added some water, watered down cardboard?
Love the smoke. Higher ABV than I'm used to, so I did add a few drops of water and was then able to enjoy the flavor more. The oak and peat was a nice combination.
Pepper, smoked bacon, tobacco and some vanilla at the nose. In mouth warm with caramel notes and medium long finish.
I hated it on my first drink. But I bought the bottle and kept drinking it and now love it. First time you might need to water it down. I just add ice and and enjoy the strong flavor as it changes with the melting ice.
I finally had opportunity to try it this week at a lounge and it seemed like it had a lot of flavor going on but the antiseptic listerine mouthwash taste stood out too much for me. I had my colleague take a sip and he too said, listerine and didn’t like it. I don’t know, perhaps it’s suppose to taste like that but was just not for me.
This is perhaps my favorite Islay of all time, good balance of smoke and peat, and for the price it simply can't be beat.
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Almost as perfect (for me, anyways) as the Laphroaig 25y – with the added benefit of a price that won’t ruin me.
Very smokey, not too much peat (compared to others), and generally a pleasure to enjoy.
Peaty and complex, but a little too medicinal. I like it, and bet an 18+ year would be really great!
This is one of my favourite Islay single malts. It is very peaty with hint of smoke and citrus.
Smooth and smokey.
Nice Islay. Peaty but undertones of toffee, slice and salt
One of my absolute favs in my bar!! A must have in my opinion!