Bottled at cask strength of 59.2% alcohol and distilled from 100% Scottish barley sourced from Inverness, Bruichladdich's heavily-peated malt spirit is aged initially in first fill American whiskey casks and second fill French wine casks. These component parts have been combined and matured for an extra year in the casks sourced from one of Bordeaux's best Chateau. The result is the most thrilling Port Charlotte bottle we've seen in ages. The sweet malt and impressively textured peat works perfectly with the oak regime this scinitillating whisky, and the bonus is that this is bottled at cask strength. Grab yours now!