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Malt distillle in Scotland, raised in old very old Sherry barrels, then reduced unfiltered 43%alc/vol with the Loch Katrinewater, during the bottling process.
It's an alcohol young perfumes still rich of almonds own barley. It has the flavor of dried fruit and an elegant herbaceous frapicheur. The casks of Sherry wines conferred with their famous hot and spicy flavors.
The ROOFER's CLEARACH is a single malt is distilled in Scotland (same distillery), high in butts (500 litres drum) and half butts (250 litres) mainly in the humid part of the winery, for about three years. The drums are previously impregnated in Oloroso and Pedro Ximénez wine. Distilled to 65%alc / vol., it loses a lot of alcohol concentration during breeding (55%in the natural degree about), an addition of water (from Scotland) is necessary to get 43%alc.vol. Amber very clear - golden hue. Scent of almond and frangipane typical of very young malts, pretty herbaceous freshness on slightly honeyed notes. Keen in Palace, its ageing in cask of wine reveals despite his young age a great presence and a beautiful silky coating. Clearach is the name generally given to alcohol during the first three years in the cask. With all the features powerful and vivid young alcohol, it offers the first impregnation vinous flavors. It is eaten as an appetizer or iced in Scottish hole.
|Type of products||Liquor|
|Cuvee's name||Couvreur's Clearach|
|Title supplement||Single Malt|
|Main style||Elegant - Refined|
|Main grape variety||No|