Aroma – Malty, caramel smells mixed in with a subtle hint of prunes. You notice the alcohol in the aroma too.
Appearance – Dark dark copper in colour, and very hazy. Well carbonated, but not much head formation.
Flavour – This follows on from the aroma closely, strong malt and caramel notes, accompanied with a complex fruitiness – prune/cherry type flavours abound. This is all followed up by a warming alcohol taste.
Mouthfeel – Noticable alcohol warmth, light/medium-light bodied and well carbonated which gives a tingle on your tongue.
Overall – Rich and complex – nice.
Would I buy more? – It’s not blown me away, but I would happily buy/drink another one. But I think I could only drink one of these of an evening.