Couvreur Pale Single Single
France - Burgundy - Bouze-Les-Beaune

Pale gold color with aromas of flowers (lavender, heather), honey, malty, delicately fruity (peaches, apricots, pears, citrus), with background spice (especially mint.)
Nervous, fruity and slightly iodised, but free from wood-astrengency.
Subtle and long in the mouth. Timid, it needs time to open - its delicate elegance has to be relished.

The palate starts slightly sweet, finishing pleasantly dry and subtly spicy.

Nice balance and quite mature for a twelve year old, with a nice array of flavors too.

Date of distillation: 2003 Age: 12 y.o. Original strength: 70% Natural strength in casks: 56% Bottling strength: 45% Maturation: Casks either fino or second hand whisky cask. Butt Cellar: Middle humidity at the beginning. Very humid the last 3 years
12 years in wood barrels

To be preferably consumed at cool temperature as an aperitif or as a pleasant evening’s companion.

Producer Information: Michel Couvreur

Michel Couvreur Whiskies began with a Belgium man making Scotch Whisky in the heart of Burgundy – quite the combination! Michel Couvreur was a passionate perfectionist when it came to ...
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