Bruichladdich is one of the 8 operational distilleries on the Scottish island of Islay, built in 1881. Today Bruichladdich uses all original equipment and traditional methods, utilizing barley only from the local farmers on the island to produce exceptionally high quality scotch whisky, which is always non chill-filtered, coloring free, and bottled either at 46% alc/vol, or higher (check, check, and check!). Bruichladdich produces an unpeated whisky, such as their Laddie line up, and heavily peated malts under Port Charlotte sub label, as well as the Octomore single malt, marketed as the peatiest single malt on the planet. Bruichladdich distillery has the tallest stills on Isla, therefore their malts are known for their elegant and refined, floral taste profile.

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte The Peat Project brings together spirit from different vintages, for added complexity, and is head distiller Jim McEwan’s statement of his vision for Port Charlotte: the power of peat with elegance, complexity and the floral topnotes for which Bruichladdich stills are famous.

Peated to 44ppm, bottled at 46% alc/vol, using Islay spring water from the Octomore field of farmer James Brown.


NOSE: Peat smokiness with vanilla sweetness, spicy black pepper and lemon spiciness, saltiness, nutmeg, cinnamon, wild mint and malty sweetness.

PALATE: Creamy, smoke, spice, floral, vanilla sweetness, green fruit syrup.

FINISH: Lingering and mellow.