This single malt Scotch whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery, released under the Port Charlotte name, as they do for all of their peated releases (minus the super-peated Octomore bottlings), is a bit special; it's made with barley grown on the island of Islay. The barley was harvested from six farms in 2008, peated to 40PPM and distilled in December that same year. It was unveiled in 2014.
It's crisp and clean, with a engaging mix of fruit and cereal and an elegant peatiness. Despite the abv, we prefer it without water.