Mucky browns under a bubbly tan head which fades with patches of khaki lace. Swirls with a ton of lace.
Spicy right off the nose. Dark pitted fruits and old wine. Smoke, tobacco, and char. Rum in the back. Black cake.
Spicy, meaty, leathery, nutty, and pitty – dry mouth-parching tannins galore. Bakers chocolate, raisins, and black bread soaked in rum. Cigar leaf underneath. Burnt honeycomb.
This was a truly intriguing beer for me and ultimately I ended up liking it quite a lot. Rich, complex, parching, and almost of another time, an older time of Gentleman’s Clubs, cigars, and martinis. Unfortunately for all my readers out there, this beer is retired and no longer in production.
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