Couvreur Intravaganza
France - Burgundy - Bouze-Les-Beaune

Malt distilled in Scotland, aged in very old sherry casks, then bottled at its natural strength (50% alc./vol.). A young high-mettled spirit of confounding intensity, concentrated, rich and tasty.

Limpid gold amber tint. Notes of green almond and frangipane fragrances that are typical of very young malts, honeyed, finely wooded, and fruity. The palate is lively and silky with creamy flavors reminiscent of pear liquor, which evolve rapidly into finer and floral flavors supported by a hint of smoke.

Distillation degree: 63% Natural degree: 50% Bottle degree: 50%
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
Aged 3 years in Oloroso and Moscatel casks in the very high humidity part of the cellar.
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).

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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