Aroma – Malty and sweet caramel, with a slight fruity hint.
Appearance – Dark brown, but brilliantly clear. A thick creamy head persists throughout.
Flavour – Sweet, malty caramel and fruity notes that match the aroma. Good bitterness too. As it warmed up it gained more of a sherry type of flavour and warmth.
Mouthfeel – Medium bodied with an alchohol warmth as it hits your throat.
Overall – A nice old ale, would be great on a winters evening.
Would I buy more? – Yup, but not too many. This one’s for sipping.