TorbenJensen (1539) - Valby, DENMARK - SEP 23, 2015
A Belgian inspired triple which on closer acquaintance turns out to be a gem that surpasses the Belgian tripels all over. It rises with a great white foam, and the smell is marked by malt, light hop and a fantastic aroma of citrus coriander. The taste is characterized by a pleasant syrupy sweetness that goes over the malt to a discreet hoppy flavor where a touch of orange part. It has a really nice lace and a little taste of alcohol which seems pleasant warming. I strongly recommend that it is poured slowly, as it has many yeast residues at the bottom of the bottle. Without doubt the best Danish triple I’ve ever tasted, and as mentioned before also a triple that actually want to compete with the Belgian. TheDog (586) - Aarhus, DENMARK - MAR 1, 2007
Bottle at the brewery. Cloudy golden color with small fizzy head. Very fruity aroma and taste. Sweet notes from coriander and caramel. Some citrus in the finish. Better than lots of belgian triples!! It´s really great. I can allmost hear Martin´s laughter(The brewer), when I write these words. Adenila (1560) - DENMARK - MAR 24, 2007
Hazy yellow with a small head. Sweet malty and fruity aroma. Clear flavor of sweet raisin, peach and other sweetfruits, maybe abit unbalanced towards the sweet end of the scale, but i have a sweet tooth. sayravai (4710) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JAN 24, 2008
flemmingwillum (1228) - Nysted, DENMARK - NOV 18, 2010
) Hazy orange-golden with a smallish, lasting head. Honey-malty, slightly acidic aroma with yeast and caramel. Grainy-pale-malty flavor with toffee, caramel, hints of honey and yeast. Medium to full-bodied, sticky palate with lowish carbonation. Surprisingly good and balanced tripel, although a bit sweet and sticky.
Rating #450, bottle from Fish N’ Beer
FrankJohansen (3622) - Sabro, DENMARK - OCT 14, 2005
Well, first of all, I don’t understand the low score given to this beer. I think it was a magnificent tripel, allthough it not nessecarily did remind me much of any other tripel I have had - not that this beer could be interpreted as anything else than a tripel. That would be impossible due to the special floral aromas and the obvious yeastyness. Appearance was quite average, but when that was over with, it was time to smell this son of a bitch. That expierence gave impressions of both lavender, typical tripel-flowers and candystore. Nice. The flavor was not worse than that at all. Here, there were roses, lavender, pineapples in bunches, floral hops, a lot of sweetness and in the end a careful touch of alcohol and some pepper. A delicate and not overwhelming amount bitterness, which suits this brew fine. It was more malty than many other tripels, but at the same time maintaining it’s refreshing and light abilities. This would be considered impossible to mix with the fact that the thickness was almost floating-sugar-like, but it apparently is not. Theryby said: Thick, creamy and very nice brew.
Golden colour, muddy, medium white lasting head. Medium body with a bitter sweet finish. Great beer from a rookie. Defreni (3277) - Husum, DENMARK - JAN 4, 2008
Flaske. Flot skum på en let rødlig øl. Rigtigfin balance imellem alkoholen og hvad de skriver er appelsinskaller. Får øllen til at minde mere om en saison end en trippel, men dejlig øl ligemeget. Ikke så megen gær i smagen men alt i alt en positiv overraskelse. Pinball (12187) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAY 9, 2010
clear yellow, small white head.
yellow fruity aroma, nice belgian.
flavor is sweet, honey, yellow fruits, faint banana. Belgo (154) - Køge, DENMARK - OCT 18, 2005
Bottle. Pours a hazy orange-red with a fine lasting off-white head. Clarity is non-existant which explains the conservative appearance rating. The aroma is powerful and filled with sweet oranges, spices and fruity esters from the yeast (probably Wyeast 3787 or 1214?). Fullbodied and very sweet on the palate. Maybe a bit too sweet to obtain perfect balance.... Very fruity flavour (sultanas, apricots and oranges) with a faint hop note. A very good beer and the best effort yet made at brewing a trippel by a commercial Danish brewery. Hansen (8601) - Assentoft, DENMARK - OCT 30, 2005
Very sweet trippel, (-I don’t think it’s belongs to the tripels). Light-brown colour. Low head. Long flavor-finish. Vanilla and orange, citrus.