£80.00 50% ALC./VOL.
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Cruach, Island, Dunlossit, Coull, Rockside, Mulindry and Sunderland farms
In 2004, backing our drive for the ultimate “Islay” Islay single malt, farmer Raymond Stewart grew barley for us at Kentraw, just a mile from the distillery. His harvest was then malted and distilled separately - we believe the first time an Islay single malt had been made exclusively from 100% Islay grown grain.
The barley harvest for this 2013 vintage was raised on our home shores in 2012 by seven of our Islay farming partners. Hunter Jackson at Cruach, Ian McKerrell at Island farm, Raymond Fletcher at Dunlossit estate, Donald and Andrew Jones at Coull, Mark French at Rockside, Alastair Torrance at Mulindry and Raymond Stewart at Sunderland all undertook the risk of growing in challenging conditions to deliver the barley for this Scotch whisky with unparalleled provenance.
This Port Charlotte Islay Barley 2013 single malt has been matured in ex-American and ex-wine casks hailing from the Pessac-Leognan region of France. Heavily peated and malted to 40 PPM, this eight-year-old single malt pays homage to its island home.
With redberry fruits, toasted oak notes and hints of coffee and chocolate, it offers a dramatic, smoky finish.
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“THERE IS SOMETHING MAGICAL ABOUT HOW THE ISLAY GROWN BARLEY HOLDS THE SMOKE BACK FOR A MOMENT UNTIL RELEASING IT DRAMATICALLY ON THE FINISH.”
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Our Port Charlotte single malts are peated to a heavyweight 40PPM. Trickle distilled through our tall, narrow necked stills, the resulting rich and aromatic spirit has all the power of peat with the elegance and finesse for which our stills are famous. Port Charlotte single malt explores the complexities of natural whisky; through barley provenance, cask influence and the passing of time.