Bruichladdich Port Charlotte
Port Charlotte is the name for the heavily-peated spirit made by Bruichladdich on Islay. Port Charlotte is named after a long-defunct distillery on the island, the remaining buildings of which have been bought by Bruichladdich and are currently being renovated and refurbiushed with new equipment - with a view to producing whisky onsite in the next few years.
The first release of Port Charlote was in 2006, and was known as PC5, a reference to the fact that5 the spirit, originally distilled in 2001, had reached five years of age. Subsequent releases have followed in this pattern, with PC6 being released in 2007, PC7 in 2008 etc. It is not yet known what the peated spirit at Bruichladdich will be called after the Port Charlotte distillery is put into production.