In the smell and the flavour.
So much that it almost takes over completely.
Real, fresh tamarind, not the dip you get from your local Indian takeaway.
Proper tamarind like I used to pick in Jamaica.
There’s some toffee and biscuits too, as well as some dry crunchy hops, a twist of lemon and a handful of herbal leaves.
But mainly there’s tamarind.
It’s a flavour that I like, a flavour that has nostalgic qualities for me.
Decent but a bit one dimensional.
Source: Beers Of Europe