Appearance - 6
Aroma - 8
Overall - 8
Flavor - 8
Texture - 8

0.375 l bottle from 'Beergium', bottled in March 2015, cellared for almost two-and-a-half years. A little hazy, deep amber with a thin, white layer. Sweetish, slightly sourish, gently funky and quite fruity aroma of lemon, gooseberry, white grapes, oak, horse blanket and a touch of candied apricot. Just a bit sweet, moderately sour, gently funky and fruity taste of lemon, oak, leather, tobacco, rhubarb, horse blanket and some gooseberry, followed by a medium long, gently tart, rather woody-dry finish. Medium body, gently astringent mouthfeel, nearly flat. Interesting beer, quite tasty, refreshing, the lack of carbonation is not nearly as disturbing as I'd thought.

Tried from Bottle on 05 Apr 2019 at 19:44