Nose: Rich, polished and sherried. Taste: Smoky and quite extreme in the start, sweetening out in the fruity centre. Very chewy; nice tannins: 89 points - here is a malt that earns most points on the palate - a sherry monster, not for everybody.
This pours coal black and has an intense chocolate aroma, without much of a bitter roast flavor. It also has a relatively strong scotch whiskey smell but it’s not quite as intense as some of the bourbon-aged beers I recently tried. Can’t wait to see the difference between this and my recent bourbon sampling.
This is a dank beer, but a relatively thin body despite the beer’s complexity. The scotch delivers a distinctly different taste than bourbon, it’s much airier, a little smoky, but it really smooths the chocolate and alcohol out. It really cuts out any heat from a relatively thin bodied beer, which is Clutch City