blackmurder (236) - Whitaker, Oregon, USA - DEC 21, 2009
It is what it is. Want to get a good buzz for $1.50? Get a can of black ice. I only drink this stuff when I am broke and at a 7-11. It is foul in every way imaginable. Notes of rotting fruit and corn are apparent and the taste is of car tire and stale grape candy. I am actually drinking this right now, and though it is about as tasty as a bottle of cheap wine it does what it should. A great novelty item and if you’re a broke alcoholic and the liquor store is closed go for it. It’ll let you down but you’ll be making calls to your ex girlfriend after the first half is gone. Odeed (1805) - Bakersfield, California, USA - DEC 6, 2009
yellow body with a fizzy white head.aroma is heavy malt and honeydew melon.flavor is much of the same,although the 10% is hidden pretty well.honestly not to bad at all. Bockyhorsey (2627) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - NOV 28, 2009
Can. This one reminded me of that crappy rhine wine my aunt use to drink. Yellow body with a malt sweetener that even the carbination bubbles were lazy in floating arround in glass. Sweet and wheat grains for lavor with some nasty smelling alccohol grain on finish. Sweetener lingers on palate even 40oz of water can’t make it go away. Should of had a mr. Uck sticker on it. REDDOGICE (243) - nantucket, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 3, 2009
Worse than Evil Eye. Worse than fermented fruit. This will have you on your ass and let me tell you this: Beware of Black Ice. Now, the buzz can be softened by water and food. I did not enjoy this one single bit. hellbilly (3247) - scottsdale über alles, Arizona, USA - OCT 21, 2009
picked up this gem on 8/2/2009...
clear gold pour with a very short lived spritzy white head.
smells like really crappy ’white’ wine... you know the stuff. there are other notes of grape juice, flowers, hootch, weird graininess and rice starch.
the ice brewing really shines in the ’extra smooth taste’... dear god, no it doesn’t. it tastes like really muddy, bottom of the barrel, generic sake left outside to turn rancid... grapes, apple juice, flowers... blindingly hot and syrupy in the mouth and gut.
AcctError65545 (1547) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - OCT 1, 2009
the best part.. jefe026 (37), USA
Feb 9, 2009
one can is enough to have you yelling at trees!! that is the only redeeming quality, you will yell at trees!!
oh yeah, it has 5 x’s on it!...fuck yea!
Tallboy from QT.
Pours a nice golden color with a lot of tiny fizzy carbonation bubbles rushing to the top and a medium white head. Aroma is corn, malt, and sweet fruits. Flavor is corn, unfermented sugars, fruit, quite a bit of alcohol, gives a nice warming effect followed by a tapered off garbage and fruity sweetness that lingers on the palate. If Miller light is the Champagne of beers then this is the Crack Cocaine of beers. Good for a quick pick me up, but you’re gonna be sorry in the morning. CanIHave4Beers (4207) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - AUG 27, 2009
I can’t possibly think of anything more evil to drink for my Six hundred Sixty Sixth rating.
Pours a very pale golden with tons of little bubbles and a head that starts of big but seems to be racing to go away. Aromas of corn, gasoline, odd grains, a bit of fruit, a bit of alcohol.... truly complex in all the wrong ways. Flavors of Corn, chardonnay, vegetables, alcohol, odd cereal sweetness. I don’t know how but the flavors balance each other fairly well, with the exception of the alcohol, which becomes more and more present as you drink this.
Palate is thin and burning with alcohol.
This is horrid, but I’ve had worse.
But who cares what I have to say, SchlitzWilkos said it best when he said
“its really strong and will have you yelling at people and running all over the place pooping in your pants, fecal matter everywhere. Throwing it like monkeys- feces in everyones face, even your own. My friend accidently ate poop from the ground when he was off that CAmo.”
ronaldtheriot (1977) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - AUG 3, 2009
This very harsh brew gets tastier as one drinks more of it. It has a strong alcohol smell and a golden appearance with a tolerable head. The flavor is strongly alcoholic and harsh. Camo Black Ice is stinging in the mouth and tough to take at first. However, by the time I was about half way through the 24 oz. can (poured in a pint glass), I began to enjoy it. I prefer milder beers for daily drinking, but this would be something to have from time to time. I felt woozy for about three to four hours after drinking this. It’s rough.
RJT FingoreLD50 (4) - California, USA - APR 28, 2009 does not count
Tastes kinda raunchy, but grows on you after a while. It gets you super fucked up though. Beertastic (2) - ANDORRA - APR 16, 2009 does not count
The trick for this beer is to put it in the freezer, and the glass you will be drinking it out of in the freezer as well, for half an hour before consuming it. Ice cold, it goes down remarkably smooth, especially by the second glass, when the warm embrace starts radiating from your core outwards to the extremities. Another alternative is to squeeze the juice of one half an orange and add it to this beer for a unique taste treat. It’s easy to finish a 24 oz of this straight out of the freezer, then sit back, turn the tv on, and wait for the nice warm wave and good feelings to wash over you like a blissful tidal wave, pushing stressors and anxieties to the outer reaches of your consciousness. Enjoy. I wouldn’t ever drink more than one in a sitting, however, as intestinal distress can result the following morning. Also, if you have one of these in the evening, a good idea is to drink a whole bottled water beforehand, take a b-complex vitamin pill, and you will have zero hangover in the morning. Also it’s a good idea to drink several cups strong black coffee the morning after for its protective effect on the liver (google this if you are skeptical). Salud and may the drink bring you many years of health and vitality...