Michel Couvreur 12 yo
| Aged 12 years in oak casks. |
|Value back in 1999 :||(in Danish kr. 375,- 70cl. 12 years old.)|
|Tested :||Yes (If Yes, comments below.)|
|Total Score :||2 (could be something wrong with the bottle.)|
|Package/Info||01||01||01||No package and almost no info on the label.|
|Bottle||05||05||05||Is it a Johnny Walker bottle with another label, placed different ?|
|Label||03||03||03|| Booring. But there is a number :) |
The tested was/is : #454168
|Prop ? Metal/Kork/ Wood.||03/07||04/06||05|| Hey.. We have a split dessision. |
This is something else. It's seald with sealing wax.
And ya need a bottle opener / Cork screw to open it.
|Color||05||04||04,50||Adjustet with caramel.|
|Smell||07||05|| CP : Soft a bit like Royal Salute. |
GI : Cant find any boody - Mild Cognac ?
|Taste||02||03|| CP : Alcohol. |
GI : Under the alcohol it's a bit soft/sweet.
|Aftertaste||01||01|| God damn. Arghh... Alcohol... |
Ohhh... ups... Who poured my MC into my coffee ?
|Price/Quality||01||01|| This is a longdrink / blend with something thing. |
Sorry Mr. :
Here is a comment from Mr.
I got the 12 year Michel Gouvreur in New York City, in September 1997
for US$ 50.-
Color: Very beautiful dark color, a little turbid because it is unfiltered.
Smell: Very gentle, gets a little flat with time (e.g. compared with a good Islay malt)
Taste: Well rounded, full bodied, very pleasant
Aftertaste: Delightfully mellow
Remark: I'm not used to blended whiskies and was surprised how excellent they can taste. Michael Couvreur has not to stand back behind my favorite single malts (full body, distinguished aftertaste no sharp alcohol smell).
Total Score: 90% of total
Hmm... Wonder if it is the same Whisky we tested.