HopTsing (575) - Sandston, Virginia, USA - NOV 3, 2012
From the bottle poured a pale gold brew with very little white head. Barely detectable aroma of malt and honey. Medium bodied with a nice mouth feel and flavors of buttery honey. I don’t know why it got such a bad over all rating, but I like it.
TCT328 (15) - - MAR 2, 2013
I am surprised that this beer has scored so low. I found it to be pretty drinkable and far better than most local lagers. REDDOGICE (243) - nantucket, Massachusetts, USA - DEC 30, 2008
This was my first south American beer. It smelled a little of corn, but that is all I could detect. The taste was typical of a budweiser or even a miller genuine. I reccomend to anyone wanting to get Brazil conquered. bacummings (21) - Alabama, USA - JUN 12, 2009
Good sweet lager. Not spectacular, but smooth and easy to drink. very fizzy. Almost like a soda. jimothy_bob (5) - exeter, Devon, ENGLAND - MAR 25, 2014 does not count
Bottle from Waitrose. Served a bit too warm, about 9 celsius, whilst listening to some Choro. It has been a sunny day.
Aroma - predominantly onion and weed, hints of citrus and banana fritters.
Appearance - pale yellow, very clear, thick white head that lasts most of the way down.
Taste - Cherry, beaches (seaweed and sand), cinnamon, chlorine, soap, golden syrup, pine, vinegar, dusty old pubs.
Palate - slightly soapy but overall all smooth and soft.
Overall - reminds me of being on a beach in Honduras. The first sip after giving it a whiff was like’ wow, what does that remind me of?’ Not a connoisseur’s drink by any means but, a nice lager for relaxing with. The taste is reminiscent of the honduran beer and there are some strong flavours of seaside coming through. Quite a watery drink and very sweet, would be better colder and on a hot day. Not amazing but it’s a taste of Brazil, and I love Brazil.