Considering the blurb on the bottle about lemons and limes I found very little aroma and as a result I wasn’t expecting a whole lot from this beer.
Then I took a sip and found an interesting first mouthful.
Liquorice to be precise.
That’s natural liquorice sticks, backed up with a green woody malt.
The lemon and lime appeared about half way through and provided quite a nice surprise.
Add to that an intense elderflower hop that leaves a great dry finish and you’ve got a pretty good, and very easy drinking, beer.
Almost too easy.
I want another.
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