Appearance: myriad shades of brown under a tan head of fluff and mousse. Lingers with some minute bubbles and lots of cream.
Nose: roasty and nutty with black root skirting along the edges. Chocolate powder and roasted coffee beans. Earth, twigs, and sticks. Toasted almonds.
Palate: toasted and roasted as nose promised. Chocolate bark along the edges with roasted coffee beans rounding out the edges and finish. Chocolate covered roasted almonds. Rustic and earthen – of olden times. Chocolate lasts longest, like fudgy bark and brittle bits.
Final Thoughts: not really all that complex but a pleasant quaffer nonetheless. Brings to mind old Belgian abbeys and cloisters, halls silent with monkish contemplation, while beer brews somewhere nearby.
(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)