jakpumpkin (1) - USA - APR 23, 2009 does not count
While not an overpowering beer, the Belgian Abbey is quite complex tasting.
We were able to surmise approximately 5 or 6 different flavors, including citrus, clover honey, cinnamon?, coriander?, and some others we couldn’t quite pinpoint.
This Abbey has a higher ABV and definitely shows with a "kick" within just a few minutes of consuming.
It has a slow start in taste, but then swirls around with a variety of different flavors, and finally finishes with a definite lasting sweet flavor. Not a heavy beer, it does maintain some presence on the palate after swallowing. Definitely a good "comfort" beer for anyone.