highlandlad (1480) - Blue Mountains, AUSTRALIA - SEP 2, 2008
A good example of a style that often disappoints. This has a restrained sweetness and good balance. It may well be the best milk stout I’ve had, but that’s not saying much. It’s as black as a Fresian’s colon with a tall head that fizzled quickly. Quite a "dry" aroma for a sweet stout. Milo choc-milk dominates, with cocoa powder and licorice. The milk sugar is prominent but not overpowering. Creamy, lactic body. Sweet, milky flavours. Cocoa again, soft dark malts and a gentle bitterness to the finish. It’s too sweet to be sessionable but a bottle proved satisfying drinking. This brewer continues to impress. (355ml bottle from IBS, Perth. BB 27/8/08) espenra (1017) - Kurland, NORWAY - AUG 30, 2008
355ml bottle from Systembolaget. It poured a black colour with a light-brown creamy head that settled down slowly in the glass. It has a pleasant aroma that smells of roasted malts, milk chocolate and hints of caramel. The flavour is a bit thin and watery and tastes of milk chocolate, thin/weak coffee and malts. It has a short aftertaste. It’s a nice starter-stout, but people that like stouts will find this a bit lacking. Capa (3395) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - AUG 27, 2008
Deep brown with a beige head. Roasted malts, milk chocolate, caramel/molasses. Extremely smooth body. Roasted malts, malty, milk, some cocoa, light coffee, and toffee. Really easy to drink, and very tasty. Quality. Salamanderslam (3) - , Missouri, USA - AUG 26, 2008 does not count
I am not a traditional stout enthusiast. to me, it was another dark beer that smelled rich, but that wasn’t unusual. I slurped on this fella on tap and felt like i was inhaling liquid love from a chocolate/cream and gold treasure chest. ii’d like me some stout now, thank ya. User42649 (209) - - AUG 25, 2008
12 oz. bottle. Pour at first appears black, but held to bright light is actually exceptionally deep ruby. Short creamy tan head subsides to a thin ring as it warms. Aroma is of chocolate and deep roasted malts. Taste is more of same, with roasty edge softened by the sweet lactose. Body is moderate and palate smooth. A fine cream stout.
mikkopen (1191) - Guelph, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 24, 2008
355 ml bottle. Deep dark brown colour, nearly black, with a thin brown head. Roasted malts and coffee in the aroma. Sweet flavour of roasted malts, dark chocolate and coffee. Slightly burned, bitter aftertaste. Thick and creamy mouthfeel. AR (1000) - Georgia, USA - AUG 23, 2008
Coffee/grape aroma. The alcohol is present in the flavor, which is coffee and dark chocolate. Creaminess becomes apparent as the beer warms. TheGuy (653) - Illinois, USA - AUG 23, 2008
pours a clear light brown with small tan head,aromas are of roasted malts and coffee ,flavors are of the same with a hint of choclates in the finish, a very light bodied sweet stout easy drinking abeer for the masses ha1ag (946) - Maastricht, NETHERLANDS - AUG 22, 2008
Draught in Pothuiske in Mestreech. Very dark, almost black color with thin cappuccino brown head. Roasty nose. Aroma is roasty malts with caramel which dominates the flavour, too. Pleasant roasty bitter aftertaste. The latte of beers ! :) hoplover (166) - Corpus Christi, Texas, USA - AUG 22, 2008
UPDATED: OCT 12, 2008 This sweet stout pours black with a light tan head that gives wofts of chocolate... yeah mainly chocolate aroma. The head dissapates faster than you can say "milk stout"! Leaves ok lacing. Feels kinda light.. no it’s just real sweet. I like it. The malts shine here....can’t indicate any hops but I know they are in there. Knock knock...who’s there? Need more hops that’s who! Pretty decent cream (sweet stout) though.