Pours unclear amberbrown. Small white head. Smell is spicy, mild hoppyness. taste is full, spicy, intense green peppery notes, intensity in spicyness is balanced, but clearly spiced ( more spiced than the zipacna for instance. ) I love the thin line th beer walks upon. Clearly spiced, but not unpleasant. Very nice
Thank you for sharing RB Crew! Sampled draft @ GBF 2017. Surprisingly darker than the other two versions, apparently due to very brief oxidation when adding the extra chili, fascinating to see. Darker orange amber, almost hint brown, off-white. Tried the first glass, lovely chili in the nose, decent heat hazy NEIPA with pineapple & big mango hits the background. Taste seems a touch less hoppy due to the prominent chili, hazy mango, pineapple, litchi,… Good hazy NEIPA low yeast body. Very solid, high heat but perfect for me. Tried a glass later in the day, the heat was serious, too heavy for most probably, still very good for me. Potent stuff.
Imported from my RateBeer account as Totem Kornkråke Double Dry Hopped Extra Chilli (by Totem):
Aroma: 8/10, Appearance: 4/5, Taste: 8/10, Palate: 4/5, Overall: 16/20, MyTotalScore: 4/5
19/VIII/17 - on tap @ Gents Bierfestival - BB: n/a (2017-1284) Thanks to the Belgian ratebeer crew for sharing today's beers and celebrating my 10K! Thanks to Klaas and Liesbeth from Totem for letting me brew with them, and creating this awesome beer in three varieties!
Cloudy orange to pale amber beer, creamy off-white head, stable, bit adhesive. Aroma: more caramel, sweet, dried fruits, bit soapy, some tropical fruits, mango and some pineapple, also fresh raw chillies in the nose. MF: soft carbon, medium to full body. Taste: very fruity, citrus, soft bitterness, lots of grapefruit, chilli, some caramel. Aftertaste: nice bitterness, hoppy, citrus, lots of grapefruit, lots of chilli burning in the throat. Too much on the chilli, also a bit oxidized by adding the chillies and the type of keg that's been used. Has lost lots of the hop aromas and flavours because of this, with the colour clearly indicating the oxidation. Cool experiment though, thanks!