Another of my finds from Cobbett’s, and this is terrific.
As long as you like chillies.
Pouring a lovely warm honey amber, the first mouthful has some sweet caramel.
Then the chilli kicks in.
Warm at first, it builds into a fiery heat that sets the back of your throat ablaze.
You can still, just, taste the malts.
There’s a digestive goodness and even a smack of floral hops in the palate, but the heat is immense. On the nose you have a wonderful fresh chilli bouquet, green and piquant.
You wouldn’t want this often, but it’s bloody good.
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