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Port Charlotte PC10

Overall rating 194 votes 88.11
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Tro Na Linntean
Vintage
2002
Bottled
20.08.2012
Stated Age
10 years old
Casktype
American Oak Casks
Number of bottles
6000
Strength
59.8 % Vol.
Size
700 ml 750 ml
Bottle code
12/215
Barcode
618105007277
Added on
03 Jul 2012 12:44 am
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask Strength

Member rates

745 × in collection

My 4 x 25 ratings

Nose
1
Taste
1
Finish
1
Balance
1

Average 4 x 25 rates

All versions

Nose 21
Taste 22
Finish 21
Balance 21

Tastingtags

25 Notes

jhut
Expert Junior jhut Tasting note
18 Oct 2017 2:08 pm
jhut gave this whisky 85 points
Color
Gin clear
Nose

Rook, zilt, met water word hij niet veel beter. We denken Ardbeg

Taste

Zelfde als neus

Finish

Zelfde als neus

Comments

Blind geproefd met André tijdens ProefOlympics 2017

6 mei 2017

rb854
Expert Junior rb854 Tasting note
17 Jul 2017 4:49 pm
rb854 gave this whisky 89 points
Color
Yellow gold
Nose

Vanilla, peat, iodine, fruits, citrus, berries, cocos, malt and some leather. The longer it stays, the more citric notes appear.

Taste

Sweet and waxy, vanilla, peat, iodine, pear and banana and some coffee/caramel

Finish

Quite oily and peaty, keeps lingering. Some caramel and chocolate.

Comments

Tasted it blind during PO2017 (june 2017)

hans1971
Expert Senior hans1971 Review note
09 Jul 2017 5:39 pm
hans1971 gave this whisky 87 points

PO2017 - dag 6

Weighted Rate
87.1
Nose
88
Initial taste
88
Body
87
Finish
87
Price
85
Presentation
86
Hans Bolt
Cubey666
Expert Senior Cubey666 Review note
27 Jun 2017 11:10 am
Cubey666 gave this whisky 84 points

Tasted and scored during a blind tasting competition in May/June 2017. (PO17)

Weighted Rate
83.6
Nose
83
Initial taste
83
Body
85
Finish
83
Price
84
Presentation
84
My Collection
Sandman
Expert Senior Sandman Tasting note
05 Jun 2017 8:48 pm
Sandman gave this whisky 81 points
Color
Jonquiripe corn
Nose

Kampvuur met gerookte ham, citroen, vanille, groene appel en natuurlijk turf

Taste

Rook, kampvuur, honing, citrus, wit fruit, vleugje karamel en zeezout

Finish

Medium, vettig, rook, citrus, honing en zeezout.

Comments

Blind geproefd tijdens ProefOlympics 2017

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erikz
Expert Junior erikz Tasting note
05 Jun 2017 8:57 pm
erikz gave this whisky 78 points
Color
Pale straw
Nose

Peat smoke, metallic, a hint of caramel, sharp, acidic (bile).

Taste

Liquorice, salmiak, cane sugar, ashy, peaty, waxy and bbq smoke.

Finish

Sweet like cane sugar, rather restrained, waxy, not too long of a finish.

Comments

Tasted this blind. Not really my thing this Port Charlotte. I don't like the intrinsic cane sugary sweetness of the dram.

Karstman
Member Senior Karstman Tasting note
03 Jun 2017 11:41 pm
Karstman gave this whisky 91 points
Color
Pale gold
Nose

Hello Pete, ehm peat. Soft sweet smoke rising from the glass. Licorice, bayleaf, fat eels being smoked over oak shavings just a few yards over. The alcohol stings the nose a bit though.

Taste

Hello! Oily, leather, chalk of something en a sit load of alcohol. Letting it roll over the tongue and there come the rest of th flavours. Licorice, cloves, leather. Tastes a bit bitter, but there is a sweetness to it. Is het coughdrops or something?

Finish

The bitterness lingers on the tongue and as it passes down the throte the sweetness is there bordering on sickly sweet. And then at the end the tobacco kicks in for real and is there to stay. Old sigars and the chewing tobacco of grand uncle Auke...

Comments

Cracking stuff!

DrinkingWhisky
Expert Senior DrinkingWhisky Tasting note
03 Jun 2017 10:25 pm
DrinkingWhisky gave this whisky 82 points
Color
Jonquiripe corn
Nose

Peated, woody, something vegetal (the fumes ascending from dried silage grass after heavy rainfall). It becomes sweeter after airing for a while. Sherry tones coming forward, walnuts. Becomes less vegetal with a drop of water; more eucalyptus.  

Taste

Sharp. Really sharp. Having a cold doesn't really help here… Some sherry tones (blackcurrant, figs), bit of wood, smoke (the licking-an-ashtray-kind-of-smoke), and I get some citrusy tones as well. 

Finish

Prickly at the tip and sides of the tongue, becoming salty. Slowly retreating to the back of the mouth; lingering and lingering. 

Comments

Not my taste of whisky… Not balanced and too vegetal for me; I guessed it was a Laphroaig. Tasted during a blind tasting competition in May/June 2017. 

"I'm on a whisky diet. I've lost three days already." - Tommy Cooper
lincolnimp
Connoisseur lincolnimp Review note
24 Nov 2016 12:33 am
lincolnimp gave this whisky 87 points
Weighted Rate
87
Nose
88
Initial taste
87
Body
86
Finish
87
Price
87
Presentation
87
lincolnimp
Connoisseur lincolnimp Tasting note
24 Nov 2016 12:52 am
lincolnimp gave this whisky 87 points
Color
Old gold
Nose
Orange cream, peat, roasted sweet potato, brine, tar, biscuit.
.
Taste
Powerful, creamy and very  peppery mixed in with the peat. Its gets creamier in time.
Liquorice, orange and cream,
Finish

Long, powerful on fruit zests and sherbet

Comments

Good as long as you like peat in your face

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