Michel Couvreur 12 Year Overaged Malt Whisky 750ml

SKU #1011196

Michel Couvreur is a Belgian and an independent bottler of single malt scotch. His cellars are located in Bouze-les-Beaune in the heart of Burgundy. Michel ages his single malts for years in sherry butts and then in demijohns or giant bottles kept in total darkness in the exceptional well-protected underground galleries of Bouze-les-Beaune. Vatted from 54 whiskies aged more than 12 years (12 to 27 years) in oak casks, this malt has a rich amber color, a nose full of dried flowers, tobacco leaf, Jerez wine and fat almond, and a powerful, fruity, long finish. What a fantastic accompaniment to smoked salmon when served over ice. It is also perfect as a dinner digestive served at room temperature.

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Price: $74.99

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By: Mike Barber |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 1/20/2014  | Send Email
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It's been a while since we've had Couvreur on our shelves, and this bottling is worth the wait. Rich malt flavors hide behind subtle peat smoke, with long-lasting caramel and coffee notes finishing off every sip. This is an incredible single malt and well worth the asking price.
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Scotch

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France

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