Jerre (3411) - Waregem, BELGIUM - JUL 29, 2007
Bottle, 33 cl. (Bought @ Willems, Grobbendonk) Hazy golden color, medium white head. Aroma: malty, yeasty, sweety. Medium body. Taste spicy (i think pepper); fruity, good bitterness. The aftertaste is much pepper. But iI like this beer. Yves (3042) - Turnhout, BELGIUM - JUL 20, 2009
Expired! Hazy orange coloured beer with small white head, and few carbonation. Also floks of yeast visible. Malty bit acloholic aroma. Full palate. Finish is alcoholic malty ending bitter and bit dry. Bart (2938) - Brussels, BELGIUM - JUL 20, 2009
Light amber coloured beer with an average but diminishing white head. Rather yeasty aroma with a short herby and fruity touch. Full palate. Finish is bitter yeasty touched with a slight alcoholic vanilla hint. Overall a nice beer. Ober (2812) - Bommelerwaard, NETHERLANDS - JUN 13, 2009
A bottle, thanx to Jerre. A little hazy, yellow/golden colored beer, with a very thick white head. The aroma is malty sweet, fresh and fruity, with some spices. The taste is spicey, some coriander, with sweet malts and fruits like orange, mango and citrus. A little bitter. The aftertaste is mainly sweet. Tranquillity (2335) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 14, 2008
330ml bottle @ One Pint Pub, Helsinki, Belgian Week 2008. Hazy body, small white head. Aroma of honey, a bit spiky. Taste a bit bitter, honey, some herbs. Long finish, spicy.
BartC (727) - Lichtaart, BELGIUM - APR 25, 2008
Although hardly a year old, the beer is definitely aged and it has aged very well. Orange-yellowish beer. Sweet aroma’s and taste. A bit of fruitiness (coriander, mango) and madeira. Bitterness is completely gone. Although nicely aged, I still prefer the fresh one. oberabcbbsok (692) - Hoboken, BELGIUM - MAY 15, 2007
UPDATED: AUG 6, 2007 It was meant to be called Blondelle. But it was changed from name for "Willems" in Grobbendonk a shop where you can find 700 different beers.
A very fruity beer and spicy. You can smell "Kardemon" and the taste is little sweet with a touch of bitterness. A perfect combination for a good and stable beer