Category: Bruichladdich

Jan 13

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte, The Peat Project

Today’s review is of the Bruichladdich Port Charlotte, The Peat Project, a multi-vintage NAS release peated to approximately 40 ppm and matured in American Oak. A 2012 release, this is bottled at an abv of 46%, is unchillfiltered and has no e150a caramel coloring added.   According to the Bruichladdich storyline, this whisky was intended …

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Sep 14

Newcomers Whisky – September: Berry Bros & Rudd whiskies

  Is there a better way to wrap up a long, hot, humid summer than with a Newcomers Whisky Club meeting? I think not! And especially if you have a special treat in store! The theme for the evening was Baseball Whisky Been Berry, Berry Good to Me! (an obvious and very blatant co-opting of the …

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Jun 19

A dangerous combination – Whisky Friends and Birthday Celebrations!!

  In so many ways, finding friends who share a passion for the exploration and enjoyment of good whiskies is wonderful. Sharing new bottles, dissecting, evaluating and discussing the pluses and minuses of certain whiskies, or comparing past batches with the most recent release, is a lot of fun. But…….there are certain pitfalls that go along …

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May 05

Whisky Review: Port Charlotte 10 Heavily Peated

  No, we’re not showing a Monty Python sketch! But we are doing something different! Usually these reviews have only my notes and impressions, but today we have a first (of many, I hope) for our Newcomers Whisky reviews…’s review will be a joint review of the same whisky by Mike D. and me! Mike …

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