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RATINGS: 1099   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.63/5   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
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The king of the abbey beers. It is amber-gold and pours with a deep head and original aroma, delivering a complex, full bodied flavour. Pure enjoyment! Secondary fermentation in the bottle. (Temp: 8-10ºC)

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3.6
kevinator (2176) - The Colony, Texas, USA - DEC 27, 2012
Good tripel as some are a little too much like champagne. Nice aroma that reminded me of yeast mixed with bananas and pears. Smooth and clean palate with right amount of carbonation. Golden color with thin fizzy head. More of the same with yeast and bananas, some hops presence. Easy drinking.


3.6
humpah (243) - Jyväskylä, FINLAND - JUN 17, 2017
0,3l bottle from Eroski. Pours hazy yellow color . Flavor of malts, citrus, yeast, spices, alcohol. A bit sweet and moderately bitter, medium body, dry, a bit alcoholy aftertaste.

3.7
Tide (3807) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JUN 8, 2017
Bottle from Beergium. Amber color, white head. Bitter taste with citrus, hops, toast, ripe fruits, grass and a bit of yeast. Bitter finish with citrus, hops, toast, ripe fruits, yeast and grass. Excellent tripel

3.3
Sven1973 (455) - GERMANY - MAY 7, 2017
Gezapft in einem Hotel in Brüssel Gold, klar, angemessener Schaum Aroma: Fruchtig, etwas herb Geschmack: Moderat fruchtig, Mild, Erdbeere im Hintergrund, Karamell, leicht bitter

3
Acaro (170) - Madrid, SPAIN - MAY 4, 2017
Aroma: Cereals and herbes, a bit of alcoholic note. Appearance: Amber/gold color with lightly hazy sparkling liquid and white frothy head. Taste: Medium sweetness with light bitter notes. Palate: Medium body with creamy texture and soft carbonation. Long sweet caramel finish with a very subtle alcoholic touch. Overall: A great beer and very easy to drink even with a high alcoholic rate. The alcoholic touches are very subtle and that is always a good thing.

3.2
PilsnerDoctor32 (241) - madrid, SPAIN - MAY 3, 2017
Botella 0,33l Color dorado, turbio,espuma blanca alta, media resistente.Aroma- frutas, citrico.Sabor- frutal,citrico, complicado para explicar,notable alcohol. Un dulzor suave que se convierte a suave amargor en postgusto.

4
waltz (106) - - MAY 1, 2017
Coloração amarela dourada turva. Notas de malte, especiarias e suave picancia. Teor alcoólico perceptível ao paladar

4
MeadLieutenant65 (1) - Zagreb, CROATIA - APR 28, 2017 does not count
All ingredients are well balanced, nothing too dominant, full body, creamy, medium carbonized. Nice Beer

3.3
ManVsBeer (10240) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - APR 18, 2017
Bottle from Cocktails, Littleborough. Golden with a head. Strong tasting but retaining a typically Belgian style, with a good smoothness to it. Its pale malts include a mild spiciness.

3.7
Evilman (231) - Taverny, FRANCE - APR 15, 2017
This is certainly the best ’widely available’ beer I can think of. Not to be overlooked compared to abbey or local breweries products, I’ve been pretty surprised. Quite strong taste, hints of caramel and spices, and, unlike many others, a real aftertaste. Not the easiest one to drink, but clearly good for any occasion. Great overall. APPROVED BY TAVERNY’S BLACK METAL CREW!

4.1
gripweed57 (2302) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - APR 8, 2017
From old tasting notes. Cloudy orange copper color. Big creamy beige head tops lots of tiny bubbles. Aroma hints at dried fruit. Subtle semi-sweet complex malt flavor, hints at maple, licorice and burnt caramel. Deep rich flavor that finishes dry and crisp. Full bodied, tasty and unique. Very good.


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