AaronIPAAPA (264) - Warsaw, POLAND - SEP 21, 2017 StewardofGondor (1934) - Washington Heights - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - APR 3, 2008
4.1 AROMA 9/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 17/20
Slightly translucent and blackened chestnut in color with soda bubbles and popping oysters at the surface. Aroma paves the way for greasy, oily chocolate to saturate the nose, echoing fervently with buttery mocha beans, lactic and dense almond fudge and slightly burnt pumpernickel bread soaking in dark chocolate cocoa pools. Flavor allures a vibrant complexity, foremost with cocoa chocolate oats sticking at the bottom of a milky, espresso laden café concoction. Oily body with mere traces of carbonation makes the mouthfeel subside less enthusiastically than the expectations that the palate has for the liquid. A trace of alcohol rears its head as the syrupy coffee flavored lozenge gets torn apart through diffusion across the tongue. A charcoal flavor with burnt molasses and heavily roasted mocha beans hangs around after the sticky, coffee flavored syrup extends itself down the hatch.
Fajny solidny risik bez udziwnień. Team goryczka, ale to dobrze. Naprawdę przyjemny beermastersasho (91) - - SEP 21, 2017
Good beer! Full aroma, little bit boozy but is good for 13.1. What if this beer is not to beer geek series? Its awesome! Its underrated i think. It has interesting aroma to stouts, it is different. Coffee full, bourbony, choco full and something interesting in it. Something deep to this beer, like, black hole... saltyseadog (72) - Des Moines, Iowa, USA - SEP 19, 2017
375ml bottle from Prairie Trail Hy-Vee, in a Sam Smith pint glass. Deep, rich, wonderful aromas of caramel and butterscotch, cinnamon, nutmeg, aged oak, damp earth, medium-roast coffee and warm milk, with a hint of apricot hiding in there too. Pours pitch black with almost three fingers of pillowy caramel-colored head and copious effervescence clinging to to the glass. Nice spider-webby lacing leaves the glass looking appropriately wicked. Light and creamy on the entry with roasty espresso moving in quick for balance. Mostly sustains that flavor combination into a long finish that tempers the roast with a bit of honey sweetness hinted at on the label, with the slow burn of that 13% ABV hitting bottom. Astonishingly light-bodied for a roasty dark beer, thanks to the inclusion of the vanilla. Uncommonly good carbonation for bottled Mikkeller beer, very easy to drink. A very fine brew. The only disappointment being that the flavor doesn't quite equal the nose, as is so often the case. A pleasant experience at any rate. Cheers! Jaceks21 (330) - Zgorzelec, POLAND - SEP 9, 2017
OMBF. W aromacie typowo i bez rewelacji, czekolada i kawa. Ale konkretnie. Obfita, beżowa piana, zostawiająca ślad na szkle. W smaku wytrawne, agresywne, zdecydowanie wybija się paloność, to lubię. Odrobina miodu na finiszu. bjorn77 (633) - Kraków, POLAND - SEP 5, 2017
OMB kran. Kawa, czekolada, dużo słodów palonych, stosunkowo wytrawne, ciała mogło by być więcej, dobre, ale mimo wszystko trochę ubogie, niewyraźne.
fidgetymidget (391) - Warsaw, POLAND - SEP 3, 2017
Pite na One More Beer Festival 2017 2 września Kraków
Czuć ten miód w aromacie, czuć też mokrego psa i kawę. W smaku mocno palone, kwaśne, gryzące rami_pl (3992) - Warszawa, POLAND - SEP 3, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking a Black Hole by Mikkeller at One More Beer Festival
Jablko :( i dosc agresywny. Poza tym spoko aleeeeee Wim (4108) - Weelde, BELGIUM - AUG 27, 2017
Together with Yves at his home black colored body with an off white head and with a roasted malt hop herby coffee aroma a roasted malt hop coffee caramel alcholic sweet bitter taste with an alcholic bitter finish
Yves (3085) - Turnhout, BELGIUM - AUG 15, 2017
Shared with wim at my home. Black colored beer with medium brownish head and no carbonation. Roasted malty fruited alcoholic aroma. Full creamed palate. Finish is fruited malty bit sour. BitchPls (813) - FINLAND - JUL 27, 2017
Deep black beer with a dark beige head. Roasted coffee and sweet berries on the nose with a hint of vanilla. Very soft mouth feel. Kinda woodsy, lots of sweetness, kinda like raspberries and smooth medium roast coffee. Silky texture. This beer is marvelous.