Marduk (7705) - Reval, ESTONIA - DEC 31, 2016
750ml bottle (thanks martjoobolut). Very dark brown color. No head. Alcohol, cherry, fruity, prunes, raisins and sweet in aroma. Yeasty, plastic, cherry stones, some dry plums in taste. Woody and tannins, plastic, berries in aftertaste. No carbonation, flat. Drinkable, but with flaws kind of brew. martjoobolut (4397) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - DEC 31, 2016
Bottle, cask strength 10.1℅ abv (from etre gourmet). Pours dark amber-brown. Aroma is sweet, sour, port. Flavor is sour, sweet, oak, dryness, port, malt, some fruit. Covers alcohol well. Overall: good. Lore (2747) - Budapest, HUNGARY - DEC 21, 2016
mahogany colour with ruby notes, practically no head at all - just like an old port wine aged for decades; aroma of port wine, chocolate, some dried cherry, herbal notes, biscuits and spicy alcohol; taste of dark chocolate, port wine, dried cherry, maybe some plum, too, woody and some herbal liqueur notes as well as some alcohol in the background; mild carbonation; very smooth ’beer’; a great experience (although its price makes it absolutely not competitive compared to the simple pannepot reserva...or any other pannepot beer) Habanero (4682) - Tranbjerg, DENMARK, DENMARK - DEC 17, 2016
Bottled. Pours deep brown with an average lacing, beige head. Aroma of burned malt, dried, dark fruits, vanilla, port and wood. Sweet flavour that ends up being more dry with a hint of bitterness. Medium to full bodied, oily texture and soft carbonation. An excellent Ale. 🌟🌟🌟🌟
biirusaikou (2705) - - AUG 19, 2016
2011 bottle. Absolutely loved the dark cherry/ cognac feel. Great brew as always, smooth, delicious and dangerous.
Leini (2056) - SWEDEN - JUN 19, 2014
330ml bottle. Dark brown, nearly black, body with a minor tan head. Spices, dark dried fruit, yeast and liquorice. Dry, sweet and salt at the same time.
//Rated via Beer Buddy JulienHuxley (5809) - Sherbrooke, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 26, 2014
Bottle at Kulminator, same disclaimer as Tom10101. Deep brown pour with off white head. Aroma of berries, light plums, really fruity, oak, winey notes. Taste is sweet, really fruity as well, mild toasted malt, lots of oak, nice rich winey notes. Palate is full bodied, a bit lighter carbed than regular pannepot. Nice, but I prefer the regular. tom10101 (6087) - Quebec, CANADA - MAY 26, 2014
Bottle (330 ml) @ Kulminator. [Note: We were told this was Pannepot Special Reserve even if it had the Pannepot Grand Reserva label so feel free to delete this rating if it’s not legit] Dark amber/brown with a small beige head and little lacing. Aroma is somewhat muted, but there’s still plenty of barrel notes (wine), fruitiness, spices, Belgian yeast, Madeira and malt/caramel. Taste is slightly sweet and spicy with Madeira, wine, dark fruits, spices, yeast and caramel. Medium to full body. Moderate carbonation. Slightly winey mouthfeel. Woodsy and warming finish. Pretty complex, but it’s probably going downhill now. Tasty and enjoyable. More winey than any other Pannepot version I had so far. curepute (141) - New York, USA - SEP 12, 2013
On draft at Kulminator. Looks like it poured on nitro. Looks great, black with a silky off white head. The nose has big dark malts and dark fruit. It’s a smoother version of the regular pannepot with a bit of burnt toast thrown in. DarkMagus (540) - San Diego, California, USA - SEP 11, 2013
Ok, this is exactly what I am all about. Dark black color with a reddish tint, thin tan head that settles quickly. Bubbles rising from the etching of the glass. Aroma is of dark dried fruits (cherry, dates), candy sugar, alcohol, and a bit of "baked-goods spices". This beer is HEAVY on the sweet and tasty flavors. Mostly in line with the aroma, but with a load of that amazing Belgian candy thing. More intricate flavors came about after the initial gulp: coffee, roasted nuts, raisins, licorice, and alcohol. Really subtle alcohol flavor for such a big beer. Took me awhile to crack this one because it is so rare and epic and whatnot, but I encourage you to "drink em if you got em"! Though it would be cool to see what they’re like in a few years, they’re good now FOR SURE! Wow. One of the best ever.