Benjii (3049) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 29, 2011
75cl, 2004 bottle at Kulminator. Pours a golden colour with a lovely thick, tight white head that lasts to the end. A few yeasty floaties. An aroma of figs with some sour notes, a little horse-blanket, some lemon and barley. Flavours similar with figs upfront, tart lemon, caramel and barley again. Moderate carbonation and a foamy mouth-feel. Nicely tart with a lemony fig linger. I love this beer! Braudog (6803) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - JAN 6, 2013
Bottle, caged and corked. What a pour! Golden orange, opaque and hazy, the head is a pure fortress of foam. The aroma is an out-front attack of flavor -- spicy orange, yeast, and grist. This is a sweet drink, but built on a classic design; like tropical fruit juice, with a big kick behind it, and a little yeasty flourish. This is good stuff. (#4893, 1/6/2013) MrSquash (155) - Florida, USA - SEP 3, 2014
Pours golden and sightly cloudy with a white head. Smells of very light fruit. Tastes slightly sour with a hint of white grapes and figs. Grzesiek79 (4379) - Radom, POLAND - MAY 9, 2017
Bottle from Smakpiwa.pl. Piwo ma piekna barwe najpierw bursztynowa po dolaniu calej masy osadu metna w kolorze niemal kakao. Piana srednia i srednio trwala. W smaku figi, daktyle, troche kasztanow jadalnych i ta moja ulubiona drewniano kwaskowa nuta towarzyszaca za kazdym przelknieciem. Syropowato figowe piwo ze spora dawka nut wiejskich i kwaskowych posmakow. thebeertourist (5189) - Oslo, NORWAY - JAN 21, 2006
Hazy amber with a great head, looking appetizing as all the Blaugies beers (giving the same excitement when uncorking also).Vinous aroma, almost geuze-like, lemony freshness meeting oak woodiness. Lots of lemon flavours, some yeastiness, oaky vanilla, talcum-powder dryness like in a Girardin. Very fizzy, prickling the tongue. Complex, yet refreshing. One of the beers that convinces you of the supremacy of Belgian brewing!
minch25 (577) - Medford, Massachusetts, USA - AUG 15, 2010
Extremely dense, hazy body. Effervescent; thick active head. Musty backyard aroma of wet autumn leaves. Medium body. Soft flavor - very mild cheese, light tartness, orange peel. Dusty, yeasty. Very drinkable. This is a fucking bad ass saison. mrhoppy (1288) - Santa Clara, California, USA - OCT 22, 2011
Not much fig in it but it is detectable. I was looking for a super figgy beer. A very excellent beer. Seems more like a sour or a gueuze. Beautiful color like butterscotch liquid. Lemony tart. Sweetness on the back of the tongue going down. tomaz (91) - , GERMANY - MAY 25, 2015
Bouteille 75 cl. Conservée couchée et périment fin 2016.
Gros bruit a l ouverture du bouchon, mais pas d expulsion de bière. Levure active apparemment, premier verre clair léger trouble ensuite.
Mousse fine qui tombe vite, ou nez ça sent la gueuze et ça va être acide/amer. Mais ça sent bon au dessus du verre.
En bouche, ça se confirme, mais sans exagération dans aucune direction. On a du fruité abricot, figue et piquant gingembre accompagné de groseille blanche et un petit côté litchi voir longane, aucune astringence ne ferme la bouche, la bière reste super jusque fin de la bouteille, en effet, y avait un fond de levure.
Une vraie réussite cette bière qui nous sort des sentiers battus. TAR (2778) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - NOV 17, 2003
Foggy golden. Fluffy, large-bubbled dusty-white head. Fragrant, farmy aroma of lemon juice, hay, fresh flowers, earth, sponge cake, melon, and perfume. Beautifully full, yet at the same time, airy, musty, and flowery. Perfectly placed lightly spicy yeast and zingy hops. Soft medium body. More prickly than it is airy. Spicy start transitions beautifully into an elegant middle of fresh hop leaf, perfume, and flowers. Finishes round, mellow and highly appetizing with a persistently spicy, earthy quality concluding with a light doughy yeast, spicy hop tingle. The aroma is exquisitely mellow, touting its clean yeast character and well-utilized hop profile with fervency. I’m tempted to call this a Saison. It’s very farmy, elegantly funky, and perfumey. Another stunner from these garage-based brewers. Give me a plate of mussels and I’m good to go. Probiere (992) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 16, 2005
Fluffy and abundant carbonation tickles the nose with tiny pinpricks then settles into a warm mouthbuzz as it warms. Medium, mineralized, soft and slippery body. Aroma of prickly pears, figs, bananas, dough, yeast, salt, flowers, a bit of funk like a slightly damp musty root cellar in the chill fall, musk?, and sweet honey-like malt. Taste is warm, round, yeasty, fruity, some sweet herbal/spice notes, and lots of sweetness nicely balanced by some peppery acidity and light funk. Finish is long, sweet, and smooth, with an herbal fruity aftertaste. Impressive and drinkable, a lovely beer.