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Bruichladdich Port Charlotte PC 7 Sin An Doigh Ileach Cask Strength 61% ABV
Bruichladdich revived the Port Charlotte name after the old Lochindaal distillery (also known as Port Charlotte distillery) – operational between 1829-1929 – in the town of Port Charlotte, only two miles south of the Bruichladdich distillery. Historical accounts from legendary British documentarian Alfred Barnard, knew Lochindaal to produce only heavily peated style malts, which today have been replicated to great success. It started as PC5 with a yearly follow-up. This release of 24,000 bottles has reached 7 years of age. Bottled in 2007 at 61% ABV. One only to sell.
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