Pouring with a little fluffy cloud of a head, the beer lounges in your glass all sweet and golden.
The aroma is daisy fresh and this continues into your first mouthful, all light and crisp.
The Belgian metallic notes are subtle, hiding away behind a honey rich sweetness that masks the ABV and makes this a dangerously easy drink.
The malts are soft, and full of baguette crust crunchiness and fig biscuit richness.
Finally the hops hit you happily with hedgerow and hickory.
Woody and fresh, leafy and welcoming.
This is almost the flavour of the Sunday morning walks through the South Shropshire woods of my younger days.
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