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Whisky Reviews for Michel Couvreur Cap a Pie
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.00 points
- On the nose, sherry and vine sensation, a little spice, fresh malt, and almost creamy return!
- Sweet, tasty, interesting. No high-flyer, but down-to-earth and uncomplicated. Keeps what the key data promise. 80 points.
Dry nutty, slightly vinous and dry fruity. Walnut, hazelnut. Dried apricots and kiwi. Something sherry. A touch of nutmeg testifies to oak. Some chocolate. Some malt is also there, so the grain content is not so high that the malt goes down. With time comes some rubber in the nose. The character of the wine becomes stronger.
Amazingly sweet at the start. Then comes student food. Nuts and dried fruits. The seasoning holds back. In the Nachschmecken it is a bit bitter, very tender. Tobacco can be tasted.
Medium. Dry tobacco stays in the mouth.
- A nice touch while freshness and greediness. Accessible and interesting whiskey
Fresh, wine, fruity with little sherry.
Fruity with a refreshing vivacity. White fruits, honey, with a very nice balance.
Simple but with a true pleasure due to the balance between freshness and greedness
- N: malty, grassy, fruity on white peach, mandarin, some acid quince, wood also slightly moistened
malty, grassy, fruity on white peach, tangerine, some quince acid, wood also slightly moistened
a little fresh hazelnuts
more undifferentiated fruits, vanilla,
pretty peppery spices
the wood present, a little new, a little varnish
a zest of mold, more on the wine vined with the moss around the bottle
a little creamy and fresh walnut in return!
medium, with more disparate scents, which hold in the mouth because of the amalgam.