Taster at gfs, courtesy of Sander, big thanks. amber rather hazy color, small white head. smells funky, cheesy, grassy, oak, light sherry, bit citric. very nice smell. full body, soft subtle carbonation. tastes citric, grassy, funky, earthy, some oak, hints of sherry, light horse radish, some acidic notes. finishes dry and light to medium sour with notes of citrus, grass and funky notes. very nice one, almost a tad too much carbonation. taste has a bit of a weird acidic note that doesnt totally convince me, leaning towards a vinegarish edge. still very good to drink, but not the best 3f Geuze, if this mellows out with some age, this is going to be great.
Pours clear , bit darker blonde. Medium sized head. Scent is expressively green apple, beautifull refined funk. Wood, but not as expressed on the amontillado as I had (un)secretly hoped. Taste is dry, tart, bit mineral. Malic acid is higher than the AVG 3F. High carbonation, this could benefit from a few years of storage, still. The amontillado barrel is a fun trivia, but doesn't show itself in any form or shape. Still, a lovely geuze - but 3F always needs a bit of time to reach the sheer beauty it often has the potential to become.
Bottle at home. Cloudy dark amber. Citrus, oak, nuts. Some grains. Well integrated flvaor profile, great balance.
Bottle. Golden color. Lots of oak, lemon And bitter walnuts in the aroma. Sour flavor with citrus, oak And a hint of honey. Well balanced, well made.