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love everything about this enigmatic, spiced brew
Tangy and tart, bitter and spicy.
Greatest beer I've ever had in my freaking life ever. Seriously, when I went to the dfh headquarters I loved it so much I even bought the beautiful poster for it...
It's really good. You can taste all the spices in the body and get a nice calm chocolate taste in the finish.
A: honey gold, thin head S: sweet honey and spices T: honey, light malt, faint whisper of cocoa, and the chili only appears as a gentle heat in the back of the throat M: smooth, gently carbonated, full-bodied
Got this at Pat's Liquor Leaf & Wine in Orlando. Not as unique or chocolate oriented in flavor as I expected. But, it was great as an ancient ale.
A uniquely balanced specialty at a 9 ABV that has just the right amount of chili. Not overbearing in the least - excellently done!
Another great addition from dfh
Poured center into a snifter glass from bottle. Cloudy pale gold with two fingers of egg shell white head. Enormous carbonation from the second I popped the cap. Low retention, thin wispy lacing. Honey and a sage-like leafy note with a touch of buttered cracker in the aroma. Mild malt and honey in the body. Chili pepper in the finish, with the cocoa bleeding through eventually. Spicy yet still creamy mouthfeel. Neither flavor overdone, and well balanced. Super complex beer, with so much going on I can't pick individual flavors out! Expensive at $11.99 for a bomber, but a unique beer with a truly unique flavor is definitely worth a try for the intense beer enthusiast.
Nice tasting wheat style beer. I liked the chilies in this. Added a warmth to the swallow.
My second favorite dogfishhead beer!
I didn't read the label on this one and just kinda dove in. It was expensive. Not worth it though. It was good and did the job but it had a peppery sting that stayed with you, a heavier drink too. I'm glad I tried it! Wasn't expecting the bold taste at least the alcohol content was high.
Another great brew from DFH. Drinks heavier than it looks. Nice bitter sweet provided by the chocolate with a fiery finish thanks to the peppers. Delicious brew. Definitely made for the Gods.
Tastes much darker than it looks. Like a complex wine. It's a dessert and not as drinkable as others in the series. Still a fine treat and worth tasting. The cocoa nibs come from askinosie chocolate.
Not bad. Very unique but the value is not quite there
Very nice complex taste. Like the coco n spice flavor. Trying to find some locally
My favorite beer yet. A real treat.
Low aroma Lot of dried cocoa powder ,flavor spicy peppery, jalapeño Flavor Is subtle but dominates the other flavors, Peppery finish, With peppery hot spicy aftertaste.
Mexican chocolate with some hot pepper spice. Outstanding!