AdamChandler (4977) - Enfield, New Hampshire, USA - MAR 2, 2013
Enjoyed in small tasters at Kulminator
yespr (44793) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - SEP 13, 2012
A - Dark brown with red hues, 1 finger head
S - Smells like honey covered hibiscus. Oak
T - Very sweet. Earthy. Hints of charcoal and oak. Slightly burnt. Sweet. Rosemary. Slightly herbal but smooth and balanced.
M - Nice carbonation, overall pretty thin
O - wow. Far better than whatever batch I had before in USA
37.5 cl bottle at Kulminator. Pours clear and golden orange to brown with a small tan head. Aroma is smooth wooden, toffee caramelish and light bitter. Toffee malty, wooden, vanilla and caramelish. Warming alcohol finish BelgBeerGeek (1308) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - AUG 24, 2012
Split with , beerdrifter, thirstybird and 77ships 77ships (9638) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - AUG 13, 2012
Head: small, off white
Colour: caramel, amber
Smell: dried fruits, vanilla, bit of that aged fragerance
Taste: lots of sweet malts, some spices, caramel/toffee, bit of vanilla, candy sugar, so mostly some sweetness with oaky hints , but damn good !
UPDATED: JUN 1, 2013 375 ml bottle split with Beerdrifter, Belgbeergeek & Thirstybird @ Kulminator // 2010 Vintage // bright ruby amber with a small yellowish ? head // smell is very sweet toffee, candy, winter spices, caramelized fruits as well as dried fruits, awesome // taste is thick sweet mellow toffee, candy, brown and plenty of candy sugar, cane sugar, sweet but not diabetic, really lovely, sweet winter spices, lots of mellow incredible oak, toffee, oodles of vanilla, very fruity // body is pure silk // insanely good // favorite so far // tried it again thanks to adamjackson still mighty fine madmitch76 (24360) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUL 28, 2012
10th November 2010
BeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUL 27, 2012
Cloudy amber beer. Big tan head that tastes of oaky butter cream - yum! Semi soft dry palate. Vanilla oak and banana. Peppery spice. Trace of bubblegum and aniseed alcohol. Dry finish. If not for the spice this could pass for a dessert beer. Tasty Dutch treat!
[375ml bottle, courtesy of cgarvieuk] Deep amber, tiny lacing. Sweet, oaky booze on the aroma. Quite delicate, sweet, honeyish flavours. Fruity syrup. Honeysuckle and barley sugar  Blairgus (4535) - California, USA - JUL 10, 2012
6 July 2012, bottle at cagarvie’s legendary tasting. Light caramel, clear, no bubbles. Nose is super sweet, bubble gum, red fruit, alcohol, syrup. Full body, syrupy, fainty fizzy. Grape jelly, alcohol, golden syrup. Fruity and large!
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Benjii (3049) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUL 6, 2012
In bottle. Pours a dark golden amber colour with a thin beige head. Aroma of raisins, honey, yeast, toffee, alcohol and oak. Similar flavours of raisins and sweet honey with alcohol fairly present. A little sweet overall with moderate carbonation and light CO2 prickle with a foamy mouth-feel. cgarvieuk (24166) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUL 6, 2012
bottle at home ... deep copper ... sweet vineous ... sweet suger... little honey nose ... sweet fruits ... sweet syrups ... quite apricoty ... ligthest yeast ... light oak ... kramer (6682) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 27, 2012
Bottle. Pours a mostly clear dark amber to brown body with a nice one finger frothy beige head that retained really well due to a combination of the high carbonation and the Chimay chalice it was poured in. The nose is super rich and thick with loads of dark fruit, just a light woodiness, and a very vinous quality. Just a slight hint of alcohol along with a sweet almost marshmallow like note. The flavor is really rich as well with a really well mellowed and integrated complexity. The maltiness is really soft and yet still quite chewy and full. Full of ripe dark fruits and a really well done yeast profile. The oak is really feel done as well, remaining in the background and coming out as only an accent on the finish, it’s not tannic or biting at all. The alcohol is very well hidden as well, it provides just a slight warming sensation on the finish. The body is ultra smooth and has just the right amount of carbonation to keep it a bit lively on the tongue. This is one of the best Quads that I’ve ever had. It has all the best qualities of a traditional Quad, but that little something unique from the barrel aging to keep it from being average. I really have to wonder how the other batches are, is it just this batch that’s so good? Is it the age that has made it so good? I need to seek out more of these!