pivnizub (10815) - Bochum, Porï¿½Å™ï¿½, GERMANY - DEC 2, 2005
Bottle: Hazy, orangey coloured, thin but stable lacing head; sweetish fruity (apples, oranges) nose with a tinge of alcohol and yeast; mild sweetish and fruity flavour, creamy mouthfeel; sweetish and malty finish with some bitterness in the wings and traces of "medical" fruitiness. Not unpleasant, mild and fruity brew with well hidden alcohol. MoritzF (10095) - Ottobrunn, GERMANY - NOV 1, 2005
(bottle, 2,5 years old) Cloudy orange-golden colour with a frothy, slightly off-white medium head. Sugary sweet malty and orange fruity nose with yeasts. Sweet flavour, medium body. Initially sweet malty and orange fruity with a light bitter and fruity finish. caesar (7287) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - APR 20, 2005
Dutch Ratebeer Meeting, I must have tasted this one, although the other guys probably did not fill my glass, because i can’t remember drinking this... jerohen (2352) - Bussum, NETHERLANDS - APR 17, 2005
Dutch Ratebeer meeting. Cloudy yellow/orange coloured, lasting white head. Citrus and malts in aroma and flavour. Not that special. skortila (5987) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - APR 15, 2005
Aroma of malts and citrus. Vloudy, yellow coloured with a thin, white head. Taste is sweet, citrussy and malty. Medium bodied.
jbrus (4988) - Delft, NETHERLANDS - APR 10, 2005
Bottled, UDRG. Malty and pear aroma. Cloudy, yellow color, white head, fair lace. Sweet, malty, nice hops, medium body, well balanced. Nice beer but not exiting. bierkoning (13695) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - JUL 23, 2004
Amber color. Hops, pepper and mustard in aroma and flavor. The slightest hint of caramel and butter. Some warming alcohol. A bit sharp on the edges, but a fine and well made beer, worth a try. JorisPPattyn (10072) - BELGIUM - DEC 13, 2003
Pale orange-amber; thick fluffy head. Nose is very dry, candy-sugar, citrus. Taste is rather sweet, roasted malt, even peanuty; but not bacon-like as the name suggests. Medium to full-bodied. Dryness of course masks the body. A typical tripel, this time by the Proefbrouwerij. Ubiquitous. Archetypal for the style - and the brewery; competent without being brilliant.