eduardovl (1490) - SWITZERLAND - AUG 25, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 29, 2017 500ml can server in an ordinary glass. Pours a deep amber color forming a medium and creamy beige head. Low persistence. Nose is sweet and caramel. Very grainy with some grassy hops. Sweet upfront taste. Actually, sweet in overall. Strong notes of caramel malts and toffee. Light grassy hoppy bitterness. Heavy body. Average carbonation. Caramel in the afteraste. Medium to low drinkability. Too sweet and booze. No big deal as expected. nathanvc (799) - Brugge, BELGIUM - AUG 21, 2017
50cl can. Pours clear dark amber with a lasting, small, off-white head. The aroma contains caramel, sugar, some nuts and red fruits, and alcohol. It tastes heavy to medium sweet and light bitter, with an astringent, bit dry, alcoholic finish (the typical ’Gordon’s Finish’ which I’ve already encountered in the Finest series). Surprisingly light body for 8,4%, watery/sticky texture, fizzy carbonation. Not as bad-tasting as some other beers by Gordon, but never likeable. Wonder what those "finest ingredients" are... roldano (163) - - FEB 13, 2017
Espuma marrón claro / beige que permanece como una fina capa, color rojizo bastante translucido donde se aprecian las burbujas brotar, aroma ligero en nariz, sabor con notas dulces que finalizan en amargas y puntos picantes. Grumbo (4293) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - OCT 18, 2016
On tap at a restaurant in Genoa. Pours red/brown with a small off white head. Aroma is spiced, malt, and caramel. Medium sweetness, somewhat tart bitterness. Medium body, sticky texture. Heavy going really and seems to punch above its abv - would perhaps work better on a park bench than with good Italian food...