fonefan (49996) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 7, 2011
UPDATED: MAR 26, 2017 yespr (46523) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - MAY 30, 2011
Bottle 750ml. @ yespr blindtasting. [ Bottle #11. ]
[ As De Dolle Stille Nacht Reserva 2000 ].
Unclear medium grey amber orange color with a small, frothy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, toasted, caramel, overriped friut, oxidide, dried fruit, wood notes. Flavour is heaavy sweet and light to moderate bitter with a long duration, plum - overriped fruit, oxdide malt, alcohol, medera, dried fruit. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft, finish feel is light to moderate alcoholic. Thanks for sharing this very rare beer yesper .. ;O)) 
Bottle 750ml. shared at [ A Day To Sink All Sea Shepards tasting. ], Brussels, Belgium.
[ As De Dolle Stille Nacht Reserva 2000 ].
Murky matt medium orange color with a small, fizzy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, sweet malt, cookie, caramel, oxidide malt, riped fruit, dried fruit, moderate yeasty, apricot, wood, alcohol, light bread. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and light light acidic with a long duration, sweet malt, fruity malt, oxidide, bread, soft yeast, apricot, dried fruit - riped fruit. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft, finish feel is light alcoholic. 
75 cL bottle. Pours hazy orange with a very small head. Aroma is wooden, caramelish and somewhat oxidised. Sweet caramelish and dense wooden. Mld acidic, fruity and sweet. Very mellow and nicely balanced. Slight bitter, caramelish and lingering fruity into the finish. Ungstrup (38138) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - MAR 10, 2004
[I had this one at the Kulminator in March 2004] The aroma is fantastic - dominated by sweet fruit notes; berries, cloves, and alcohol. The color is a slightly hazy amber with a small disappearing beige head. The flavor is very much like the aroma but combined with the alcohol prickling the tongue. This is truly a fantastic beer. joergen (28716) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 26, 2011
Bottle at yesprs blindtasting.
Hazy orange coloured with a small white head.
Sweet aroma of caramel, dried fruits and marzipan with oxidized notes.
Sweet and fruity flavour of dried fruits, caramel and marzipan with notes of sherry.
Sweet finish. anders37 (26824) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JAN 13, 2007
Bottle @ Kulminator, Antwerp, December 2004. Pours a golden amber color with a small off-white head. Aroma is vinous with some hints of dark fruits and some spicy hints. Flavor of dark fruits, raisins. Very vinous with hints of wood. Smooth mouthfeel with a warming vinous finish. Very nice.
oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - JUN 9, 2011
[email protected]omhper (25349) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - DEC 28, 2002
’s blindtasting. Amber colour, not much head. Aroma is cardboard, mild fruits, some very cardboardy notes as well. Flavour is cardboard, fruits, mild spices, some wooden notes as well as sourness and mild oxidised notes. Too bad with the cardboardy notes...
Bottled, 2000 version.madmitch76 (25101) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JAN 26, 2013
Pours thick and deep amber with no head. The aroma is heavenly and arousing. It strikes like a fina muscat wine, there's notes of wood and cherry and so much else I couldn't keep track on. As it warms it becomes more port like and developed peppery notes. There is loads of malt to balance it, and the body is firm and dense and with tremendous depth. It is sweet, sure, but never strikes me as syrupy or sticky just perfectly balanced. The finish is velvetty and oaky. This is as close to perfection as it goes, and this is arguably the best beer I've ever sampled.
UPDATED: MAY 15, 2016 Papsoe (25060) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - JUN 3, 2011
10th September 2011
Cloudy orange - brown beer. Decent sized white head. Nose reminds me very much of a Vintage Port cork that has just been pulled. Palate is soft and semi dry and quite well carbonated. Mild caramel malt backbone, tasting slightly aged. Riding over all this are rich wine notes. Red wine with strawberry and then later on blackberry and blackcurrant. Agitating the beer produces some lactose on the nose. Aniseed becomes more obvious. There is a surprising amount of carbonation here and much agitation is required to remove it! The finish is dry and woody. This is the most Port like beer I’ve ever had. Even the Port barrel beers have not been this porty. If you look at recent ratings people are saying this is past it’s best. Who knows but judging it on it’s own merit it’s still quite remarkable it it’s uniqueness and rich flavour. The alcohol is still quite robust. The most surprising thing about this is that De Dolle have never redone this. 2013 postscript - they must have read my mind!
15th January 2016
That’ll be me 20K then @ ChrisO’s. Almost clear orange beer, small cream colour head. Light palate, decent fine carbonation. Lovely Port Wine flavours with vibrant crystallised fruits. Mild floralness and spice. Touch of fresher red berries. Light semi dry finish. 15+ years on and still fabulous.
Bottle 75 cl. Blind tasting. Courtesy of yespr. Pours a cloudy opaque amber golden with a small off-white head. Sweetish caramellish nose, overripe fruit and heavily oxidized. Medium body, same flavours: caramel, overripe fruit, even a touch of tobacco - but again the oxidization dominates. Still drinkable though. 260511 Leighton (21755) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 17, 2016
Bottle shared at Kenny’s 20K tasting - London. Did not expect that I would ever get to try this one, so a massive thanks goes out to Kenny for sharing this with us all! Pour mostly clear, bright orange-gold with a frothy white head. The aroma holds a lot of vibrant fruits, ripe apples, melon. citrus. Medium to heavy sweet flavour with notes of smooth apple sauce, light woody dryness, peach, pear, honey, stewed citrus fruits. Full bodied, lightly chewy, with fine carbonation. Warming finish with more ripe and chewy fruits, honey, pear, citrus, some pale bread, toffee. This stuff is just absolutely outstanding. Great depth, nicely rounded. It has aged immaculately.