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Lime Gose 4.0%, Brasserie Trois Dames, Switzerland
7 ratings
Lime Gose
4.0% Grodziskie / Gose / Lichtenhainer


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Post author: WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
6 years ago
Lime Gose, Switzerland
Totally hazy, deep yellow beer with a faint, nearly nonexistent green hue and lame carbonation lays a snow-white, soft, weak head that almost immediately descends to a mere neat silky ring wafting on top. The lace ring remains unchanged on the top till the end of the drink. The fragrance releases a salty note that rises to the nostrils. The fruity side of the scent is relatively subtle and remotely Oriental, offering a slice of lime, squeezed lemon, grated lemon peel and a tiny pinch of lemongrass. The palate is interesting and rather uncommon: moderately salted watery lime juice is the key pillar of the gustatory experience. Other fruity nuances start also be depictable, such as lemon zest, lemon peel, green currants and remote rhubarb. One can still argue in favor of lemongrass in the palate, adding a bit Oriental flavor onto the tongue. The body is light to light-medium. The beer finishes with a distinctly salty lime juice that has has been mixed with a little bit too much water. Bitter citrusy elements of lemon squeeze and lemon peel remain identifiable also in the aftertaste. The mouthfeel is relatively light, rather refreshing, medium-tart and slightly puckering. It's also distinctly summery and gardeny.

Post author: mca
6 years ago