Port Charlotte PC7 Unity Single Malt Whisky

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Port Charlotte PC7 Unity Single Malt Whisky
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Product Code: POR94
Bottle Size: 70cl / 700ml
Volume / Alcohol: 61% vol
Whisky Region: Islay Whisky Region
Bottler: Bruichladdich Distillery

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Currently a discontinued bottling, however if you would like to be notified when it's back (if ever) - use the "Ask a Question" link above, and we'll let you know

Port Charlotte PC7 Single Malt Whisky: Unity

Port Charlotte PC7 Single Malt Whisky.   This fine non-chill filtered, colouring free Single Islay Malt is bottled at cask strength and is heavily peated. It has been aged in Oak casks for 7 Years. It's a Limited Edition of 24,000 Bottles and each bottle is Numbered.

Distilled, Matured and Bottled at Bruichladdich Distillery, Isle of Islay, Scotland

Direct from the Distillers Tasting Notes:
Colour: Saffron/ Straw Gold/Set Honey
Body: Young and virile and full of pride and passion. The Ileach is showing more maturity and early signs of becoming a warrior on this Island of peat giants and Celtic crosses. The texture of the spirit has been enriched by another year’s maturation thus becoming less aggressive by taking the strength of ancient oak which in turn gives more character and personality.
Nose: If you have never been to Islay then close your eyes and gently inhale the spirit, the aromas of peat bogs, smoke, mint, mountain thyme, yellow gorse, wet moss, pine, rowan & birch which provide a distilled essence that intermingles with the south westerly sea winds carrying their traces of  distant lands. The aromatics of brine and sea spray with the underlying power of Atlantic swells ever present as it is for the Ileach and it’s smell of home, warm friendly communities and people who care.
Palate: The peaty flavour is rich and vibrant reaching deep onto the palate accompanied by dark warm molasses with hints of dates and bitter chocolate. The second layer brings the moor land mossy flavours bringing complexity and contrast weaving beautifully with the smoke, and then the marine breezes add their unique freshness, lifting the senses on an updraft of the Queen of the Hebrides. The history and culture of an Islay in the palm of your hand. It arouses feelings of family and friends who, like the distillery, have shown a life force that can overcome many hurdles and remain untouched by the ever changing seasons of life.

Andrew is a lobster fisherman and piper. Andrew piped the opening of the distillery gates in 2001 and each year since.
James is a farmer, policeman and lighthouse keeper. James grows the barley for the distillery on his farm, Octomore Farm, overlooking Port Charlotte. It is also the source of the ancient spring that supplies Bruichladdich distillery with it's water.
The Woods are Agricultural contractors and crofters. Working often from before dawn till after sunset they are a symbol of the rugged life and self sufficiency of the island crofter. If anything at the distillery needs moving, stripping or concreting these guys are on hand.
Bob is a crofter and father in law to Bruichladdich Distillery Manager, Duncan. Bob is an institution in Port Charlotte, often seen with his sheep up on Octomore Hill. He frequently visits the Port Charlotte Warehouse, he 'just checks' to see how his own personal cask is coming on!
Chrissie is a Crofter and Bruichladdich export clerk. Chrissie farms blackface sheep at the head of the Rhinns Peninsula, as a shipping clerk she arranges shipping of Bruichladdich worldwide.
Harold is a Scallop Fisherman, fishing off Islays rugged coast for the scallops we often find on the dinner table at the Bruichladdich Whisky Acadamy. It was Harold who commandeered the famous 'Yellow Submarine' found drifting off the Mull of Oa and now Islay legend.

Last retailed September 2011
Currently a discontinued bottling, however if you would like to be notified when it's back (if ever) - use the "Ask a Question" link above, and we'll let you know


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