Port Charlotte is the name for the heavily-peated spirit made by Bruichladdich on Islay. Port Charlotte is named after a long-defunct distillery on the island, the remaining buildings of which have been bought by Bruichladdich and are currently being renovated and refurbiushed with new equipment - with a view to producing whisky onsite in the n ... Read More »
Port Charlotte Scottish Barley is made from 100% Scottish-grown barley, peated to 40ppm which is then trickle distilled and combined with pure Islay spring water prior to bottling. An elegant, floral and peaty whisky.
The fourth official release of Bruichladdich's heavily-peated Port Charlotte single malt came out in 2009, arriving the same week that it was named Best Whisky at the 2009 Whisky Fringe in Edinburgh. PC8 Ar Duthchas has been amongst the most highly-regarded of this hugely sought-after series ever since.