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Review by tavernjef on 05/07/09  
 
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
90 3 10 18 5 9 2009
Clearish deep and dark cherrywood red with a small dense capping of yellowish foam that slides away quickly to leave a whole bunch of collared bubbles and some stretched out thick strings of lace.

Aroma is kind of dark and fudgy with some touches to dark cherry, dark rum, cooked brown sugar, and chocolate chip cookie dough. Faint peat appears in bigger wiffs.

Taste is exceelently nice and more of the same from that aroma but in flavored form. Clean body and taste of chocolate chip cookie dough laced with some extra vanilla, bits of cherry, subsided caramel and molasses tang up some portions of its maltier side, which is easy to distinguish upon its crafty soft and smooth chewy finish. Take the flour out of the cookie recipe and lessen the sugar and this might be what ya get when making chocolate chip cookies. Tum!

Feel is quite solid and approaching fullness as its flavor fills in quickly and leaves a great finish and want for more. The malty tang is subtle and super rounded into a dark chocolate and caramel goo with a enticingly rich and smooth taste and overall body.

Wow, one solid Scotch ale brew from a can. A few of these can be put back with ease me thinks. Good stuff.

Served In: Pint Glass