Smells very floral, almost perfumy. Taste is fairly bitter, a bit nutty. Smooth mouthfeel, easy drinking, quite thick considering the ABV. Very interesting, not like something I had before. Quite enjoyable, and good fun to drink.
Very dark brown, some clumps, minimal tan head. Smell is sweet, some roast, bit of acidity, lots of bourbon. Body is heavy but a tad thin for the ABV, big boozyness. Taste is a mixed bag of tartness, bourbon and light berries. I prefer the fuzzy one.
Very dark reddish brown. Heavy smell of strawberry pulp first, followed by that reboog peanut butter aroma. Warmingly boozy, sticky thick. Taste is peanut butter, strawberry jam, and some woody rye. Pretty alcoholic, but the base can handle it. Fun!
Brownish black, itty bit of tan head. Smell is a mix between oldschool BT roast and tart, oaky red wine. Body is thinner than what I'd be used to, with quite a puckering sourness at first. Loads of red wine, some carb, oak, and then the great BT. Hot alc. Not 100% sure if that tartness all comes from the wine barrels alone, or if a bug crept in. No matter, it's delicious anyways.
Hazy light yellow, frothy white head. Smell is dry fruity, citrus, papaya. Light body, but firm mouthfeel. Taste is fruity, lightly tart, very dry and with a big bitterness at the end. Grapefruit pith, almost. Interesting flavours, not unpleasant.
Dark brown, light brown head. Smell is sweet, Sabro coconut, light mango. Very soft, good thickness. Taste is sweet, almost cake-like. Good bitter at the end. Coconut, soft yellow fruit. Could do with some roast, but tasty enough. Amazing can art.
Black, fine brown head. Smell is roasty, some light sweet coconut. Body is maybe a tad thinner than you'd expect, nut not terrible. Some floaters. Taste is some decent roast, with a bunch of lightly toasty coconut thrown in. Not too bad, but bit watery.
The last 20% or so is just pure sludge of slimey pieces. Shame.
Deep copper with a rich white head. Red apple, touch of funk and caramel. Sweet caramel, red apple, bitterness and a touch of wood and funk. Not my thing.
Thanks Adam for the assist on this bottle Adam! Pours an unclear chestnut brown with a small beige head that dissipates to a ring. Lots of warming bourbon on the nose with toffee, caramel and some oxidation present. No coffee to speak of on the nose. More of the same toffee and toasted malt on the palate with some piney bitterness at the back end. Warming bourbon, oak and some mild coffee notes on the finish. Would have liked to try fresh, but still a fun tick.
Apple, honey, barley malt, and straw aroma. Golden yellow with moderate head. Moderately sweet apple, honey, barley malt, and mildly bitter straw flavor. Good body. Very nice.
440ml can from the brewery. Poured a clear dark brown colour with a short-lived, frothy tan head. The aroma is chocolate and roasty malt. The flavour is moderate sweet, light liqourice bitter, with a smooth, roasty, earthy, light floral, liqourice bitter palate. Medium bodied with soft carbonation. Not as nice as I expected.