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Bruichladdich Port Charlotte 2010 MRC:01 - 59.2% 70cl

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Age: -
Alcohol ABV: 59.2%
Bottle Size: 70cl 
Description: Single Malt
Distillery: Bruichladdich
Region: Islay
Vintage: -
Year Bottled: -
Port Charlotte 2010 vintage MRC:01 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky from Bruichladdich distillery.
Distilled in 2010 then 50% has been matured in 1st fill Bourbon Casks the other 50% has been matured in 2nd fill wine casks before being brought together for over a year in high provenance French Oak casks from the left bank MRC being the clue!
Giving a peated whisky of high complexity, this Bruichladdich is bottled at 59.2% ABV. 
Limited release of 8,000 bottles.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Initially you are met with a summer fruit and peat smoke extravaganza! Raspberry and cherry, with Turkish delight and smoky driftwood embers burst from the glass jostling for attention. 

Palate: Certainly warming at 59.2%, lively and sweet with icing sugar and marshmallow, bound in smoke.  Sweet red fruit and peat smoke melt away slightly as the power of the oak comes through with tobacco leaf and toasted oak. Maple syrup, pecan and coffee are complimented by hints of orange and cooked peach.

Finish: On the finish the peat smoke is a little more medicinal than normal, think bandages and creosote. A dryness from the oak tells of the toasting of the French and the char of the American and the final combination in premium French oak together.