Light amber color. Lambic character very present in the nose, with fresh and cheesy old hops, plus fruity notes and hard exotic wood. Fruity taste with subdued bitterness, ending in a very outspoken dry finish. This has a complexity not found in other Cantillon lambics.
Nearly pitch black in the glass, showing a few ruby highlights under a tan head. Chocolate and burned toast in the aroma and flavor constantly balanced by creamy sweetness.
About 1001 Bottles
Sheryl and Ricky are both bloggers, but have never blogged together. One day Sheryl sent Ricky a URL to a book titled 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die. When Ricky saw that book, this blog was born. So they began a journey of trying all 1001 beers. One bottle at a time, they will search for, purchase, drink and review for your pleasure. From this bottle to the next, bottoms up!