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Cashew! (Bless You)

Michel Couvreur - The Unique

87.78 / 100

Malty & Dry Flavours

Visual: 4.23 /5  •  Aroma: 21.21 /25  •  Taste: 35.60 /40   •  Finish: 26.74 /30

Dram Code: T233

Producer: Michel Couvreur

Bottler: Michel Couvreur

Type: Blended Scotch Whisky

Cask: Ex-Sherry

Age: Unknown

Country: Scotland

Region: Other

Chill Filtered: No

Added Colour: No

ABV: 44%

Cask Strength: No

Release: Small Batch

Price: $101.65 (at time of review)

Dram Code: T233

Producer: Michel Couvreur

Bottler: Michel Couvreur

Type: Blended Scotch Whisky

Cask Type: Ex-Sherry

Age: Unknown

Country: Scotland

Region: Other

ABV: 44%

Cask Strength: No

Chill Filtered: No

Added Colour: No

Release: Small Batch

Price: $101.65 (at time of review)

About This Blended Scotch Whisky

The Unbottling Video

 

 

The Versus Results

The Michel Couvreur was knocked out in the first round against The Artist Collective – Pulteney 12.

 

 

Group Tasting Notes

These tasting notes were collected from the participants of the “Indy Vs Indy” tasting event. Minty, like an After Eight. Christmas cake spread with cashew butter and tahini. Licorice, orgeat, and Dutch cough pastilles.

By Adam Bradshaw on November 29, 2021

Score & flavour profile voted on by members who sampled the whisky

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