Couvreur Single Malt Clearach 43%
France - Burgundy - Bouze-Les-Beaune

"Clearach is the term that Michel Couvreur gives to his malt spirit that cannot legally be called whisky until it is 3 years old. "
This is a Single Malt distilled in Scotland, matured in Sherry casks. 43% alcohol.
It is unfiltered and very young with typical almonds and frangipane (red jasmine) fragrances, nice grassy freshness with a slight touch of honey. Lively in the mouth, silky and elegant. Serve chilled.

Original strength: 63% / Natural strength in casks: 58% / Bottling strength: 43%
Special Ingredients
Unpeated malted barley only – Variety of barley is Optic mainly and a little Golden Promise.
Still Type
Double Distillation (wash still/spirit still)
Category: single malt cereal spirit / Distillate: light, fruity. Date of distillation: 2013
Aged for minimum 3 years in PX, Amontillado and Oloroso Butts and Half-butts in the middle humidity and high humidity part of the cellar. Addition of water during the maturation.
Serving Temperature
68 °F

To be consumed as an aperitif or as a “Norman Hole” (the traditional Norman intermezzo made of one single shot of strong Calvados between two heavy courses).

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