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.
While varying from year to year, the 2008 version, like most years, is dark mahogany color with a rich, tan head. The nose is a complete melange of spices with a tinge of bitterness.
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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!