I have lots of ways in which i pick which whiskies to buy, some just for the brand and others as it sounds interesting, I bought this bottle of Port Charlotte An Turas Mor after a recommendation by Ra
When Bruichladdich announce a new dram, it always get me really excited and when they are travel retail only bottlings it gets me even more excited.
This Port Charlotte Islay Barley, is the most recent release from the Port Charlotte stable and is a pleasure to drink.
I recently reviewed four fabulous Port Charlotte expressions from Bruichladdich and so it was fabulous to get the opportunity to try this Port Charlotte PC12 just as it launches.
This Port Charlotte Scottish Barley, which i happen to now have an unopened bottle of, is a cracking dram that i'm glad my very good friend Yoav (@yoavgel) of Whisky Gospel sent me to sample.
I've been a big fan of Port Charlotte whiskies (or the peated Bruichladdichs) for a while now and this is a cracking example.
This bottle your own Port Charlotte from the distillery was matured for 10 years in an Oloroso Sherry cask and is named Bogha-Drochaide or Arch of the Bridge.
Welcome to Day 3 of #GinMonth as I review The Botanist Gin from Bruichladdich Distillery.