- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 11 years old
- Number of bottles
- 56.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottled for
- Port Charlotte Hotel
- Added on
- 21 Mar 2017 2:51 pm by EckoVicto
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Whisky Reviews for Bruichladdich 11-year-old
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.94 points
- @ lachaineduwhisky; it's not incomprehensible nor a blague, it is a Bruichladdich for Port Charlotte Hotel, so it is not a Port Charlotte.
- WHAT ???? PORT CHARLOTTE ??? THIS IS A BLAGUE ??? No, I remove the question marks. THIS IS A BLAGUE. Never from life this juice is from Port Charlotte. A clever little man made a mistake in the label or hid a Littlemill keg. It's incomprehensible !!! (Tasted blind with friends who were so confused!) Enthusiasm: Nose and Mouth: 4/5 Final 5/5 Whisky n ° 1661
Herbaceous and minty, there are exotic fruits, white fruits and zest of lime.
Irish syle, but under testosterone (that does not mean anything). Is it a Littlemill?
Fruit salad, milky finish.
- A good Bruichladdich who remains very surprising in his profile but is especially very dangerously drinkable.
A very fruity nose. There is peach and apricot and even a basket of exotic fruits. We also find vanilla wood and honey. Basically I feel like a good fruit pie.
In the continuity of the mouth. Always exotic fruits but this time the spices walk by their side. Some youth is felt, it "piquote" at times. There is a green / vegetal side, woody.
On fruits again and again with woody and spices, a more "classic" finish.
- A pretty tasty and incredibly fruity expression, something ambitious praised she is well, but also something special: straight Bourbon matured without any frippery.
Immediately full fruit on the nose, the whole tropical yellow bouquet, with some vanilla and mint and lemongrass. Very dense nose. Is there smoke? Yes, well, after all, after all, Port Charlotte is, he is also, always present and yet not present, elegantly integrated as the icing on the cake. Mineral notes are in the background and, especially after a while, together with vanilla and some disinfectant, form a solid framework around which the other notes are entwined. With heat, it becomes noticeably darker, fir honey and overripe tropical fruits, which still lean on the same basic framework.
Oh, you rarely have, the same fruits from the nose are found in the mouth 1: 1, super ripe tropical fruits in dark honey, but not overly sweet. The alcohol pushes vigorously, back comes a balanced oak without pronounced bitter substances, a hint of menthol and a nice sweet and sour background note, which I had at Port Charlotte often, but unfortunately can not name.
The finish is not overly long, the menthol note is the first to go, it remains fruit pulp with honey until only the memory remains. Amazingly, no ashes, the smoke remains elegant to the very end and gallantly precedes the other notes.