gyhallmanti (622) - Groningen, NETHERLANDS - OCT 8, 2017
11cl bottle at home. Pours a dark mahogany with a thin beige head which dissipates instantly. Aroma of red wine, alcohol, liquorice, dark malt, vanilla, oak, butterscotch. Taste is very sweet, low bitter, low dry but very boozy finish. Notes of dark malt, roasted malt, caramel, liquorice, dark ripe fruit, alcohol, thyme, candy sugar, cough syrup, whisky liquor. Texture is thick, full bodied with low carbonation SimonBlok (713) - GRONINGEN, NETHERLANDS - SEP 25, 2017
11cl bottle at home, split with my housemate. Appearance: chestnut brown with no head. Marangoni effect, or tears of wine, are clearly visible. Aroma: alcohol, butterscotch, slight kahlua, some (dried) fruits. Taste: high sweetness, pretty high bitterness and intense minerality/saltiness. Notes of caramel, lots of licorice, some hops and haagse hopjes. Really salty. Palate: full bodied, rather viscous and sticky texture and soft carbonation. Obviously very boozy. Quite tingly on the tongue, due to alcohol content. Hard to compare and rate. Not very beer like, but quite appreciable and drinkable as long as you sip slowly. loscovar (646) - Trieste, ITALY, Villeneuvette, FRANCE - SEP 21, 2017
110 bottle from rewdog online shop. Well, this is no ordinary beer! Clear dark, virtually no head, big alcool "jambe' on the glass. Spectacular aroma of malted grain and liquirice, wonderfull, really. First sip is a guaranteed wow scream with a strage expression on the face! Taste is dark roasted malts, liquirice, is stiky, boozy. It's still a beer taste but it's really strong, thats a concentrated stout, like tomato concentrate is for tomato sauce. Nice experience, but 110 is enough for a long while... LazyPyro (1465) - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - SEP 7, 2017
110ml bottle. Pours a dark copper colour with a thin yellowy head instantly disappearing. Aroma: alcohol, liquorice, oak, cocoa, malty. Taste: roasted malt, liquorice, dark fruit, oak, huge alcohol burn, dark chocolate. Thick viscous body, very little carbonation. An interesting experiment ultimately resulting in a gimmicky beer, simply way too strong to actually enjoy. LLaurin (502) - Motala, SWEDEN - AUG 24, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 24, 2017 Well the nose is liquorice and lots of sweet tones. Appearance is very nice. Taste is Turkish pepper and not agreeable. Palate is also not very good. Well impressive that you can make this kind of beverage but it is not beer at all.
Sarpa (1629) - FINLAND - JUL 29, 2017
Bottle, 110ml. Thanks ration. Pours clear deep amber, no head. Malts, cocoa, bread, alcohol in the aroma. Strong roasted malts, peat, alcohol flavour.