90 (732) - BELGIUM - OCT 8, 2017
@ 3 fonteinen Lambik-o-droom.
Aroma is leather funk and earthy. Dandelion in taste, barnyard. Very smooth palate for a lambiek. Slightly wry but soft palate, leaves oily filter. Leather and flowers in aftertaste. Klimaet (2960) - Aarhus N, DENMARK - SEP 22, 2017
From bottle at Lambik o Droom as 2013 oude lambik. Pours clear golden, still. Aromas of green apples, orange, light leathery, stable funk. Taste has green apples, vinegar, leather notes, orange, citrus, light grapefruity notes and a horsey finish. Habanero (4798) - Tranbjerg, DENMARK, DENMARK - SEP 9, 2017
Bottled. Pours hazy deep golden with a tiny white head. Aroma of lemon, wood, barnyard and other funky notes. Slightly sweet flavor that ends up being dry and tart. Light to medium bodied, watery to oily texture and flat to soft carbonation. A very nice Lambic indeed. Alengrin (5635) - BELGIUM - AUG 30, 2017
The old lambic (three years in the case of the sample I got) of Drie Fonteinen, along with the young version an essential element in understanding their bottled products. Sampled alongside a young one, big thanks to Werner for that! As good as no head, apart from some early, loose, off-white bubbles that dissolve in seconds, clear peach golden colour, warm and bright - deeper orangey and more clear than the young lambic, as is to be expected. Noble, expressive aroma of old dry sherry, sweaty clothes dried afterwards, dry white wine, old wrinkled apple peel, dusty attic, plum peel, very dry cider, hay, old crumbling bread. Restrained esteriness in the onset, evidently a lot less ’wild’ and vivid than the young lambic, hints of unripe gooseberry, grape peel and fermenting pear, wry and sour but practically no lemony or vinegary acidity anymore like the young one has, grainy and bit vinous middle, bone dry ending wit noble, almost lightly furniture-like woodiness to it, deep, ’old’ leathery and dry hayish Brett effects lingering retronasally, fruit peel wryness and a faraway earthy hop touch rounding things off. As classic, noble and refined as it gets for an old lambic, and very interesting to taste it side by side with its younger self - a very informative insight in the art of blending lambics, something I have cherished a deep admiration for since many, many years. Ysok02 (1763) - Mons, BELGIUM - AUG 26, 2017
Un très beau lambic frais et acidulé, puissant et complexe, avec une bouche droite et tendue
mariuspoenari (2954) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - AUG 26, 2017
Sampled at BXL. Clear amber pour with no head. Notes of citrus, mineral funk, horse blanket, mould. Medium to full body, flat. Quite interesting. Serapac (540) - CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 26, 2017
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Clear, pink-orange, no head. Typical yeasty lambic nose. Sharp sour taste, turning into pleasantly clean skihhtly tart finish.
Hazed deep golden color with a frothy white head. Fine intensity in the aroma. Funky business. Medium body and an average carbonation level. Acidic and dry texture. Green apples, fumky, citric, wood and yeast. Solid stuff.Cybercat (6017) - Georgia, USA - MAY 20, 2017
[Bottle (2011) at The Blåbær Lambik 2017 Release queue outside Himmeriget in Copenhagen, Denmark]
Pours hazy honey, barely any head. Aroma offers sharply tart pomme fruit. Flavor features tart fruit and a hint of woody hops. Mouthfeel presents decent body, OK fizz and a tart finish. Oude to joy. anstei (2510) - Zurich, SWITZERLAND - APR 23, 2017
Draft at Verzekering. Pours cloudy amber. Aroma is good funk, farmhouse, old cheese, stables, straw. Body is light, funky, lightly tart and sour, with some sweetness backing it up. Smooth experience, basically flat. Short funky palate. Good!