amarillo (10) - ITALY - JUN 7, 2012
Spina al Ma Che Ce Siete Venuti A Fa di Roma.
Scura, opaca, schiuma beige cremosa. Al naso vaniglia, caffè, cacao. Al palato tostato, vaniglia e cacao intensi, generosa. Finale lungo, vaniglia dominante. Ottima. freekyp (2235) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - JUL 4, 2015
UPDATED: JUL 8, 2015 One bad mutha of an imperial stout, this Dookie is tha shizz. Black as night, thick and burly, Dookie may have a playful name, but she ain’t playin’. Dark chocolaty with pernicious roast, and a long semi-sweet finish. Creamy and thick with a deep alcoholic tail that is tamed by a lift of bittering hops on the end. This one is a real treat. You’re not worthy. CrookedNine (18) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 28, 2013
This Imperial Stout was a real joy to drink. Lots of chocolate and vanilla notes with a soft coffee-cream background. Wonderfully delicious. SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - MAR 17, 2014
Pours pitch black with a solid tan head. Smells like black licorice and cocoa powder. Taste is chocolate, hints of licorice, and a touch of booze. Full-bodied with smooth texture and soft mouth-carbonation, Evil Twin Soft Dookie finishes with a hint of cocoa bittersweetness. drpimento (3627) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 31, 2015
Soft dookie indeed. Appearance is a fluffy, thick, tan head that slowly settles to a brown cover, lots of lace, and an opaque brown black color. Aroma is roast, vanilla, black patent malt, cocoa, coffee, old tree bark. Flavor’s like nose, has carbonic tang against the bittersweet and vanilla up front and slowly tapers to the bittersweet flavors and some alcohol warmth at the end. Soft round body with just enough carbonation to balance. A masterpiece. Gimme some dookie!
JavierAldea (31) - , SPAIN - OCT 19, 2011
Espectacular imperial stout con aroma a vainilla cacao, y mmh galleta maría.. (No es diacetil, es el refrito de vainilla y Maris Otter??) Perfecta carbonatación en barril... algo inferior en botella.. viene a pasar en todas las que llevan una ligera guarda presurizada en frio... En todas las que se fabrican en Amager ocurre... No obstante de lo mejor que he probado este año. Jeppe, GRACIAS! Cybercat (5828) - Georgia, USA - OCT 31, 2011
Pours a deep, rich sable only a whisker or two above black with a thick, foamy, fine-bubbled light tan head that leaves some good lacing. Strong aroma is smoky with tones of semi-sweet chocolate, coffee, caramel and molasses - and, yes, there is a subtle vanilla note as well. Flavor has notes of roast coffee, chocolate, caramel, vanilla and molasses. Smooth texture has above-average body and a fair amount of fizz. This one’s a winner, so look for it! greenclansman (906) - Nicosia, CYPRUS - DEC 7, 2012
Super dark with amazing vanilla and coffee aromas.
Same in taste, with a great long bitter-sweet aftertaste. The alcohol is not detachable.
VERY VERY VERY NICE novels (424) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 28, 2012
What in tarnation! This beer is epically delicious. The name is terrible though, but they’ve obviously come around to that, changing the name to the abbreviated "DK". Super smooth, notes of vanilla, chocolate, and super well masked alcohol all enjoy center stage in this lovely stout. TheEstimator (27) - Maryland, USA - OCT 14, 2012
Everything you want in an imperial stout...plus vanilla! So good! Opaque and dark as night; enough tan head for structural integrity....tons of roasted, dark malt notes...coffee...as it warms it displays an even more expansive aroma...this is killer!