- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Tro Na Linntean
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- American Oak Casks
- Number of bottles
- 59.8 % Vol.
- 700 ml 750 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 03 Jul 2012 12:30 am
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Whisky Reviews for Port Charlotte PC10
29 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.04 points
- Tasted blind
Iodine, plasters, lemon, peach, apple, apricot, honey, vanilla, peat, unripe banana, salty and maritime.
Peat, tar, plasters, lemon peel, green apple, cinnamon, white pepper, peach, maritime, sea salt, burnt wood and toasted bread.
Medium, peat, plasters, cinnamon, lemon, green apple, peach, banana, sea salt, burnt wood and toast.
- more subtle, more worked, the wood feels more, always wet by a barrel of algae reclaiming greasy peat.
more character, roundness,
peat, glue, dry wood, some dried flowers, lemon and a slight vanilla return, it's still nice. spices are more on white pepper.
- A tad too aggressive to my liking. Diluting it with water helps a bit, but not much.
Fairly coastal, I'd say. A proper amount of peat and brine, accompanied by vanilla, ripe banana and pineapple. There's some cured meat here as well. Finally a whisper of lemon zest.
Aggressive! Big, big whisky. Lots of peat and tar, and lots of heat (chili peppers). It is slightly farmy, but mostly coastal. A touch of iodine, some salt as well. Whispers of citrus fruit.
The peat and the spices linger for a long time, before sweeter fruits take over.
- Blindly tasted with André during ProefOlympics 2017 May 6, 2017
Smoke, salty, with water he does not get much better. We think Ardbeg
Same as nose
Same as nose
- Tasted it blind during PO2017 (june 2017)
Vanilla, peat, iodine, fruits, citrus, berries, cocos, malt and some leather. The longer it stays, the more citric notes appear.
Sweet and waxy, vanilla, peat, iodine, pear and banana and some coffee/caramel
Quite oily and peaty, keeps lingering. Some caramel and chocolate.
- PO2017 - day 6
- Tasted and scored during a blind tasting competition in May/June 2017. (PO17)
- Blind tasted during ProefOlympics 2017
Campfire with smoked ham, lemon, vanilla, green apple, caramel and of course peat
Smoke, campfire, honey, citrus, white fruit, hints of caramel, sea salt and tobacco.
Medium, greasy, smoke, citrus, honey and sea salt.
- Tasted this blind. Not really my thing this Port Charlotte. I don't like the intrinsic cane sugary sweetness of the dram.
Peat smoke, metallic, a hint of caramel, sharp, acidic (bile).
Liquorice, salmiak, cane sugar, ashy, peaty, waxy and bbq smoke.
Sweet like cane sugar, rather restrained, waxy, not too long of a finish.