N: malt, dusty, sweet, cooked fruit and a pastry side, dry nuts and young as candied in alcohol! B: the sweet side, then candied fruits, nuts, hazelnuts, it's fat! wood too, dust F: short to mid-long, the irremediable weak point.
A really unusual sample! the oily and creamy character is impressive, as well as the interplay of dried berries with the tart and wooden elements. The indefinable herbal note for me is interesting, as are the musty and musty notes. As I said, different but interesting.
Creamy amber rests in the glass, on the glass wall single long streaks pull their tracks. The nose is initially a bit sprittig, the alcohol tickles slightly in the nose. Slightly musty and moldy notes dissolve from dried berries and grapes, do I smell a hint of sulfur? Subtle roasted aromas and dried fruits dominate the nose before sweet elements are pushed into the foreground. Slightly acidic citrus flavors mingle with green apple, with caramel and vanilla in the background. Creamy and slightly nutty, the malt rests in the glass, a hint of herbs follows, until this discreet musty Muffaroma sets again. The nose is very creamy and pleasantly sweet, here and there the dried raisins and sour citrus fruits sparkle.
Sweet and creamy with a slightly tart impact, the malt flows over the tongue. Explosive sharpness is distributed throughout the entire palate. White pepper and chili lie around the tongue powerfully and warming. The second sip also heats up the palate with its sharp base note. The peppery aromas slowly dissipate and leave spicy wood tones in combination with hazelnuts and dried grapes. Again, an indefinable herbal touch dissolves, oily and creamy, the different flavors swim in the mouth. Although this malt has a noticeable sharpness, the basic character is rather sweet and creamy. The wood tones are more intense and nutty, echoes of milk chocolate and spicy wood chips are in the foreground.
The spicy wood elements convey a harsh basic note to the oily finish. Nuts and raisins play with each other, tart elements stand in contrast to sweet chocolate and velvety fruit flavors. Again show herbs and dark chocolate. Here and there, citrus flavors and dried raisins are flashing, before the aftertaste sounds creamy and oily with a subtle salty note. For a long time stick strange flavors on the palate, the aftertaste flames up again and changes his character.
Pleasantly mild and soft. But also a little unobtrusive.
Reminds me of a sweet liqueur at the beginning. A lot of sweet honey. Alcohol barely noticeable in the nose. Overall, initially reserved. After the first sip, nutty flavors of almond and hazelnut are added.
Very mild and soft. Again, first of all, a lot of sweet honey. Then comes some oak and a few nuts on the palate. No deviations from the nose.
Mild and soft. Pleasantly sweet with a fine spiciness. Medium.
Sweet nose, with a good dose of toffee, sulfur, and prunes. On the palate, powerful sherry giving way to an intense and spicy finish. With water, the nose is a little more fuzzy and only the caramel floats. In the mouth, we do not lose the intensity, but the spices are calmed a little. Enthusiasm 3/5
The goal Couvreurs, to show that even an extremely young product can be soft and round, has succeeded. But I would leave it at that, quite pleasant, but just unspectacular and personally too expensive for me. 79 points.
Pleasant, nutty-sweet nose. But also quite unspectacular.
For a strong 50% on a not even three year old "not-yet-whisky" rather soft and creamy. Slightly sweet, something, grapes, a hint of vanilla.