Bottle. Deep dark brown color. Somewhat creamy aroma with licorice and hints of chocolate. Creamy, velvety flavor, almost medium bodied, with milk chocolate, raisin, licorice and hints of smoke. Some herbal hops in the finish. Very drinkable porter.
Tap at Lager Lager. Blackish, creamy tan head. Light metallic coffee roast aroma, wide wood, seaweed, mint and licorice notes. Relatively light dry body, initially feels a bit thin, but the broad flavor profile compensates: Salty on the palate, licorice, chocolate. Brownie finish. Good balance
Draft at BPBW Dark brown color tan head. Aroma of dark roast coffee grounds, licorice. Taste is dark coffee dark chocolate. tasty
Botella. de @Zombier, Online. 20/03/2018
Color negro corona de espuma blanca, aromas torrefactos con notas a cafe, sabor a cafe ligeramente tostada, cuerpo medio.
330ml bottle. Almost black appearance with a creamy beige head. Aroma of roasted malts, caramel, hint of smoke. The taste is more of the same, with some sweet dark fruits and chocolate, bitter finish. Medium body, smooth and creamy, carbonation a little too heavy for my liking. Overall not too bad.
0.33 l bottle from 'Rudat', bottled in March 2017. Dark brown to black with a thin, frothy, slowly diminishing, beige head. Sweetish-malty, slightly roasty and a little resiny aroma of caramel, milk chocolate and hazelnut with a touch of pine. Moderately sweet, malty, quite roasty taste of milk chocolate, coffee, licorice, some hazelnut and hints of ash, followed by a short, moderately roasty-bitter, rather earthy-dry finish. Medium body, creamy and slightly effervescent mouthfeel, soft carbonation. Very good Porter, great balance, must have been long ago since I have had such a well-executed example of this style.
Tasted from the tap on the 08/09/2016. dark brown color with an average frothy tan head. Moderate roasted malts aroma, citrus and coffee notes. Taste is medium sweet with a smooth texture. Roasted malts, earthy and coffee palate. Next one please!
Bottle from Stone in Asagaya. Milk chocolate, lightly roasted malt with some light ovaltine notes. Average carbonation. Body is thin, with roasted malt and coffee coming though. Finish is roasty with some light hoppy bitterness. Quite a nice, light porter. Almost refreshing for the style.