Gamin (146) - Brockport, New York, USA - DEC 22, 2013
Sweet, spiciness, and bananas on the aroma. Warming and pleasant with a lot of fruitiness as it goes down. If you want to understand what a Belgian holiday ale is, this is the one to get. One of my desert island beers. Sirmixsomewhat (266) - Paoli, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 14, 2015
This beer is exactly what I feel a lot of other beers try to be when they mix distinct flavors. This is equally spicy and sweet, but the flavors aren’t in competition with each other and it makes for a fantastic beer. This is probably the best winter ale I’ve ever had that actively distinguishes itself from all other winter beers without going overboard and making some strange, gimmicky beer whose recipe will need to be altered every year. commonshawn (1256) - Minnesota, USA - DEC 18, 2014
Tap at heyday in small goblet. Dark red with smooth white head. Alcohol and dark fruit in nose. Heavy dark fruit and alcohol sweetness. Nice smooth finish with a bit of spice. Excellent. weissblau (19) - - JAN 11, 2015
Pours amber to brown with fine, lacy head. Not overpowering in odor but pleasant, with stone fruit and malt predominating. Velvety moth feel. Sweet and rich taste. This is like a mild Quad. Very pleasant beer. Hides the hefty alcohol content well. strap (915) - Sindelfingen, GERMANY - JAN 6, 2012
caramel in appearance. sweet aroma of oranges and coriander. good blend of spices, sweet and delicious. some alcohol warming, got better with every sip.
JCM3 (5) - Maine, USA - APR 6, 2012 does not count
Got one for Christmas 2011. With 10% Alcohol volume I was expecting a pretty strong winter style ale but instead found a strong but very easy drinking beer with very pleasant spices. Would not want one in July but found it great on a cold snowy night. bagalagalaga (161) - Indiana, USA - JAN 17, 2014
This one is loaded with wintery goodness, makes a great Christmas present! All the spices and sweet maltiness are perfect together, it blows away every other "winter ale" I’ve had. Also quite powerful. ronaldtheriot (1932) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - JAN 12, 2015
Ommegang Adoration has a thin-to-medium cream-colored head, very little lacing, a murky, rust-orange appearance, and lots of tan chunks floating about. The aroma is of assorted spices, spiced bread or cake, dark fruits, such as raisin, and low bitterness. Sweetness and alcohol abound. Mouthfeel is medium to heavy, and Ommegang Adoration finishes semi-wet and somewhat boozy. RJT commonmac (1245) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - MAR 21, 2015
12 oz bottle purchased at Haskells for March Madness. Consumed with commomshawn and rosskyle. Very appealing amber/plum color with a slight off white head. Aroma of dark fruit, sweetness, almost berries, and vanilla. Taste is in the realm of a Belgian quad with the malty sugars taking center stage with a strong supporting cast of dark fruits and alcohol. Mouthfeel is full bodied. Plenty of spices. Really impressive beer that seems like a perfect representation of the style. Great beer! This is a special moment for me in my rating career...#500. I’d like to thank all the people who helped get me here and am humbled by the opportunity to continue onward on the rating journey. TonyDiUlio (664) - New Jersey, USA - DEC 22, 2009
What a delicious brew. Had it last night at Belgian Cafe. Sweet aroma of orange and corriander. Sweeter taste than any strong ale I have had before. Its body was a dark amber color, medium head. Really a great drink.