Team GB jumped into a 4-0 lead after three finishes and the Danes, who secured their place in Beijing in a qualifier for the last chance, never really got a look inside.
Mouat shot a match of 94 percent in yet another fantastic personal performance and made three British wins out of three on the day on the Ice Cube.
“I am very happy after that,” said the 26-year-old.
“We have played a lot of matches together now and we are in a good place and we are set up and playing really well.”
Halfway through the round-robin stage, Mouat, Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie and Hammy McMillan Jr. are pretty good in second place, with four wins in five games, their only blip a 9-7 loss in the hands of United States on Friday.
Six is the magic number of wins that would secure a semi-final place, guaranteeing a chance at Britain’s third curling medal and first since current coach David Murdoch skipped silver in 2014.
“Out of 10 for round robin so far, I would give us an eight,” Mouat said.
“We had a really good start against Italy, we lost a few points in the first end and we had to fight back and it got us in a really good rhythm.
“We had to come back and shoot well against the United States, which we unfortunately did not really do and it gave them a win on their billing card.
“We have bounced back really well after that and that win against Norway really got in our way. The last three matches have been really stable.
“It’s the Olympics, so you are not expected to go and win every game but you want to win the ones that are really important.
“And those who come up in the next three or four days will be very important. So we really have to focus and play well in those matches.”
An unsustainable pace is set by Sweden and their ship Niklas Edin which are five wins out of five, all with a margin of two points or more, including a 7-4 loss to Canada.
Oskar Eriksson, Edin’s v ice ship, was the architect behind Mouat’s downfall in the mixed doubles bronze medal match with Jennifer er Dodds and the two sides have further history.
Sweden beat Team Mouat to World Cup gold in March last year, before the Scots took revenge to secure the European title in November.
The two teams meet tomorrow.
“I think it will be our biggest match,” said Mouat, whose team faces Switzerland today. – The match against the Swedes is always good, we obviously play them a lot on tour.
“They are very experienced when it comes to the Olympics.
“I think it’s nice to play against them at the end so we have an even experience and it should be a really good game that I look forward to playing in.”
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