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Brasserie l'Apaisée
176 ratings
Brasserie l'Apaisée
Carouge, Switzerland


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Post author: Christian K
Christian K
@ St-loup
9 days ago
3.8
Édition 2023 de ce vin d’orge de qualité. Fort, épicé, doux et looooong! Bô!

Post author: Christian K
Christian K
@ St-loup
9 days ago
3.3
Forêt noire, légèrement acide.

Post author: Luca_Slai
Luca_Slai
@ Moeder Lambic Fontainas
28 days ago
4.2

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ La Jonquille
2 months ago
3.8
Flight 4/4. This sample is entirely translucent, brilliant amber. The most prominent carbonation of the four, and the silky head lingers long on the top. The olfactory provision is surely wheaty. The yeasty offer is interesting. And intriguing: like moderately wild. There's also a floral note, perhaps a suggestion of jasmin. The tongue receives sour grape, lemon pulp, sour clementine and lactic acid. The grape note is a unique amendment here. Wheat malt in the grainbill for sure. I like this! The body is light. The aftertaste is shorter than that of the other three, perhaps medium duration or alike. The mouthfeel is light minus, extraordinarily zesty, pulpy, acidic, tart and a bit puckering. Not too generic, has a bit of personality. Nice.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ La Jonquille
2 months ago
4.1
Night flight 1/4. The color is muddy, very deep dark brown. Carbonation is subdued, and the head shows a chocolatey face. Licorice in the air. No doubt about it. 🖤🖤  A bit of fresh roasted coffee beans, vanilla and a good slam of lactose. The taste profile is big: copious licorice hugs my tastebuds. Neatly roasted malt, not a sigh of burned residuals though, a drop of black coffee, vanilla, lactose, cacao nibs and oat flakes complete the journey. The body is full. The finish is heavily licoricey, fits well in the Finnish taste. 🖤🖤  Appealing. The aftertaste caresses my taste receptors for long. Really long. The mouthfeel is mellow, soft, smooth, deep and intense. It's roasty but, like I said, not burned at all. That's where the softness comes from. As a side note: I probably started tasting from the wrong end of the flight since this can well offer the most overwhelming palate of the four. Well, c'est la vie.