Port Charlotte An Turas Mor
70 cl / 46%
2010's release of Port Charlotte is a departure from previous years in two significant ways: as a multi-vintage vatting and being bottled at 46% rather than the humungous cask strength of the earlier PC's. An Turas Mor ("The Great Journey", it says here) is intended as a coming-of-age PC, and, it is claimed, fulfils Jim McEwan's original vision for the brand.
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“Quite good peat monster. This peat of Bruichladdich is something awesome. Don't miss the chance of tasting the cask strength version.”This dram has a gold-like color.
Nose (91): more than average. sweet, peat, honey, floral, vanilla, pepper.
Taste (92): powerful, oily. peat, honey, citrus, floral, salt, vanilla, wood.
Finish (90): longer than average. peat, earth, floral, citrus, honey.
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