Port Charlotte Islay Barley 2013

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Malt byggen til denne aftapning kommer udelukkende fra landbrug på Islay. Syv følgende landbrug har leveret concerto barley til denne: Hunter Jackson fra Cruach, Ian McKerrell fra Island farm, Raymond Fletcher fra Dunlossit estate, Donald og Andrew Jones fra Coull, Mark French fra Rockside, Alastair Torrance fra Mulindry og Raymond Stewart fra Sunderland.
PC Islay Barley 2013 har ligget på ex-american whiskey barrels og dele af det er afsluttet på franske vin fade inden fadene er viet før aftapning.
Er aftappet ved 50%

Pris £65,00


Specifikationer:

Whisky type: Heavily peated
Phenol level: 40 PPM

Barley provenance: 100% Islay Concerto barley

Maturation profile: A parcel of casks matured for 7 years in ex-american whiskey barrels.
25% of the parcel was then ace'd in first fill Pessac-Léognan french wine casks before being married back together for bottling.

Vintage/age: 2013 – 8 aged years

Noter (Bruichladdich):
Nose -The nose opens with delicate floral notes of lily and geranium before warm orange zest and dried earthy peat smoke brings body and gravity. Banoffee pie and digestive biscuit come out from behind the peat smoke and carry forward this dram’s malty, fruity character. Cherry coconut and malted barley jostle with apricot and melon. The nose is so enticing; the sweetness of the oak and the outstanding rubbery, peppery phenolic notes are balanced perfectly with the fruit and floral style of our slow, careful fermentation and distillation.

Palate – The first taste is a wondrous thing; all at once, the salinity, the fruit, the light peat smoke, and the sweet oak show their presence in a whirl of complexity and entice you in to go again. There is great texture from the spirit, and its time resting in carefully selected oak allows a subtle almond note to combine with coconut, caramel, vanilla, and muscovado sugar. The peat smoke in this whisky is as beautifully balanced as ever, weaving through the components, highlighting them but not dominating. A dram that is gentle on the palate yet has a tremendous depth of flavour.

Finish – The finish again shows the balance we are looking for. The smoke, fruit, oak and floral notes melt into each other, and a beautiful creamy texture allows melon, peach and cherry to come through before dwindling into the dry embers of peat in the hearth.

Character – Islay grown barley brings so much complexity to the character in this whisky. The peat smoke in this Port Charlotte is, as ever, beautifully evocative of that traditional Islay style. Purity from the distillation and complexity of maturation brings all the components together with harmony and balance.

Kilde: Bruichladdich


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