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Review by tavernjef on 12/30/08  
 
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
90 3 9 18 5 10 2008
Clear burnt orangey hue with a slight reddening to it. Capping is fluffy and tanned with yellow with lots of bigger bubbles lofting at the edge of the goblet. Slims off slowly to keep a thin skim. Just a few strings of lace are thrown about.

Aroma is tropically set with a deep, dark, muted amount of mango, pineapple, melon, and caramel laced with a bit of heat and brown sugar.

Taste is thick, chewy, steamy, and quite delightfully soaking and surfacing alot of caramel thats dark and deep to the point of scraping up molasses and cooked brown sugar. Topical and tropical juices steep amoungst the caramel with a good load of dullish pineapple, older melony things, mango, and slight spice to some fig. Making for a thick realm of thick, creamy goodness on the taste buds.

As already stated from the taste portion, this is quite chewy smooth and thick with malty gooey goodness for its body. Fairly full and lasting with a warmth coating the throat and gullet that leaves alot of caramel stature amoung its creamy finish.

One fine Wheatwine by New Holland! Eagerly forward and quite impressionable with its wholesome, chewy, tasteful goodness. Drinkable, and dangerously so with its well hidden 10% that sneaks in after each sip. Yum!

Price: $8.00 Served In: Snifter