Michel Couvreur Special Vatting Peaty Malt Whisky - Temple Cellars

70cl, 45%

The selection of Michel Couvreur whiskies are made from Scotch whiskies that have been matured in cellars in Burgundy in Sherry oak casks - Couvreur was a fan of maturing whisky in Sherry casks rather than bourbon casks. This expression, a "special vatting", is a particularly peaty whisky, but it's certainly no slouch of the Sherried whisky side of things either. Always a pleasure to see a great balance of the two.

With malt whisky Special Vatting, whisky maker Michel Couvreur takes Scottish whisky and ages it in Sherry oak casts in a Burgundian cellar. It has a particularly beautiful balance between a rich, peaty flavour of the Scotch and the more mellow Sherry from the barrel

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