Blended Malt Whisky ~ Overaged Malt Whisky ~ 43% ~ 700mL

This stunning blended malt whisky was created by Michel Couvreur who was a revolutionary in the Whisky industry. By using the same methods that were practiced in Victorian times, he has created spirits that are truly in a class of their own. Distilled in Scotland, the single malts are then vatted and aged for 12 to 27 years in old oak sherry casks. With fragrances of dried flowers, flaxen tobacco, light smoke as well as nuances of sherry from the casks that the whisky has aged in, the long finish is fruity and powerful. A must for any blended malt whisky lover.

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This blended malt whisky from Michel Couvreur will not disappoint. Distilled in Scotland, and then vatted single malts aged between 12 years and 27 years in sherry cask for a beautiful depth and complexity. Elegant and fabulously balanced between pure young malts and fathomless mature ones. Fragrances of dried flowers, flaxen tobacco, sherry wine, fat almond, and light smoke. Fruity, powerful, and long finish.

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Product-Type: Spirits
Spirits-Nose: Dried Flowers Fat Almond Tabaco-Sherry
Spirits-Mouth: Fruity Powerful
Spirits-Finish: Sherry with a Touch of Smoke
Spirits-Category: Blended Malt Whisky
Spirits-Distillate: Blended Malt
Spirits-Age: 12 yrs
Spirits-Distillation Degree: 70.00%
Spirits-Natural Degree: 52.00%
Spirits-Bottle Degree: 43.00%
Spirits-Barrel Ageing: Mainly sweet PX casks
Spirits-Celler Zone: Dry before humid
Spirits-Presentation: Soft box
Spirits-Robe: Reddish Amber

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Michel Couvreur

Michel Couvreur had a very personal, and truly revolutionary vision of what whisky should be: more than terroir, more than the distiller’s touch, it was the maturing in oak casks that truly helped the grain spirit become whisky. From 1978 on, having settled in the French region of Burgundy, he decided to make it his life’s work and to dedicate his research to a process which he once compared to cross-fertilisation.

Michel Couvreur passed away in 2013; his son-in-law Cyril Deschamps and his cellar master Jean-Arnaud Frantzen, with the invaluable help of Michel’s devoted wife Marthe and his daughter Alexandra, follow to the letter the philosophy and the motto of the house: Virtute et Opera.