Taste: Up front it tastes like a tootsie roll in the back it tastes like burnt coffee. No carbonation.
Mouth feel: Light side of moderate.
Overall: At the time I thought it was probably a 3 but thinking again I am thinking a bit higher. This beer was part of a chocolate pairing. The chocolate took out all of the chocolate in the beer and just let you taste the coffee flavor. (Not the best pairing)
I’m a girl that likes beer and likes learning about beer. This blog is being written to document my journey through the world of beer. My husband will undoubtedly be along for much of the ride since he is a beer enthusiast as well. I will be trying new beers, at least one a week, and writing my thoughts about them here. I will also review the various beer establishments that I go to along the way. While a good portion of the places we go will be in New England, as we are from Maine, we are always up for an adventure. Although beer is good on its own, I certainly enjoy it with food. Food and beer complement each other very nicely and pairing one with the other often makes an experience greater than the sum of its parts. In addition to pairing beer with food at pubs and restaurants, I also enjoy playing with the combination in my own kitchen. I will be sure to share any recipes I come across.And last but not least, what kind of beer geek would I be if I didn’t partake in home brewing?