The Distillery

Two miles south of Bruichladdich, hugging the shore of Loch Indaal, lies the village of Port Charlotte and ruins of Lochindaal Distillery, that ran spirit for 100 years between 1829 and 1929. Port Charlotte is known for producing the most heavily peated single malts that pay tribute to the men who once worked this great, now silent, distillery and the skills and legacy they passed on.

Trickle distilled in cathedral-like still house at Bruichladdich, the spirit is then matured in the original old stone warehouses in Port Charlotte. Living proof that peat can mean elegance.

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A brilliant single malt from Islay’s Port Charlotte distillery that was produced in 2001 and matured for 5 years before bottling. It brings hints of peat smoke, tropical fruits, a gentle grassiness and subtle spices that linger in the background.

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