"Tria Juncta in Uno" is the latest limited edition whiskey produced by Couvreur to celebrate the distillery's 30th anniversary.
A limited edition of only 400 bottles in the world!
Michel Couvreur's Whiskeys are in the spirit of the highest Scottish tradition, as unique and surprising as he is.
Belgian of origin and neglected of Burgundy wines, Michel Couvreur fell madly in love with the world of whiskeys in the late 1970s.
Michel Couvreur is nicknamed the last of the Mohicans because he is the last whiskey craftsman.
Couvreur has always followed every detail of production.
He began distilling in Edradour and still makes use of small distilleries, demanding the realization of each production phase according to his indications.
For aging, Couvreur continues to use Sherry barrels according to the Scottish tradition.
The purest waters of Scotland are used to reduce the alcohol content.
Michel Couvreur's "Tria Juncta in Uno" whiskey has an incredible balance and finesse.
Michel Couvreur's "Tria Juncta in Uno" whiskey is a blend of single malts aged 30 years in ex sherry and Manzanilla barrels.
Only 400 bottles were produced, all numbered and contained in an elegant case of leather and tartan, in turn numbered with a plate.
Bottled on January 25th 2019 it is malt whiskey, ruby red color with golden reflections, it has become a bit woody with floral fragrances.
Very pure, Michel Couvreur's "Tria Juncta in Uno" whiskey leaves in the mouth a very intense complexity sherry, the best sherry L'Oloroso.
Given the exclusivity and novelty of the product, we cannot provide the tasting, but we trust in the opinion of true enthusiasts!
We recommend adding a few drops of Speyside water to Michel Couvreur's "Tria Juncta in Uno" whiskey to savor it at its best.
Michel Couvreur's "Tria Juncta in Uno" whiskey goes well with an excellent Cuban Montecristo cigar or a Davidoff Yamasa petit churchill.