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Azienda Agricola Toraldo
7 ratings
Azienda Agricola Toraldo
Italy

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Post author: Eemil L
Eemil L
@ Supermarket Calabrisella
6 months ago
3.0
Hyvä vehnäinen tuntuma maussa, höystettynä appelsiinilla. Lopussa pieni sitruunainen kirpeys. Runko on kevyen raikas.

Post author: Eemil L
Eemil L
@ Supermarket Calabrisella
6 months ago
2.5
Ihan menettelevä Amber. Maussa mallasta ja hieman karamellia. Runko on aika ohut.

Post author: Olli A
Olli A
6 months ago
3.7
A very special beer indeed. Many kinds of flavours ranging from acidy, almost like sour beer-taste, to rich amber with full body and a special after taste which is full of aroma and a tiny hint of spicy flavor.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ L'Isola dei Sapori
1 year ago
4.0
Hazy, orange-juice-colored beer with fizzy carbonation spreads a meager minuscule-bubbled head that rises up to half a finger's yardstick. Soon the top is adorned by a thin chain of bubbles only. Orange zest, bitter orange peel, a tiny injection of tangerine and lemon pith merge with soft wheat malt. Very zesty fragrance! The zesty line is the primary policy of the gustatory side, as well: I find bitter orange peel, a good splash of orange juice and soft wheat malt, seasoned with dripping squeezed tangerine and a bit of lemon pulp. The zestiness makes this beer rather unbeery. The body is light. The finish is citrusy, slightly bitter but still enormously zesty. Appealing! The aftertaste squeezes citruses up to a point where its hands ache. The mouthfeel is light, extremely zesty, mouthwatering, remotely tart as well as slightly dry. It's so juicy that one could easily think that this is not a beer in the first place.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ L'Isola dei Sapori
1 year ago
3.1
Now something truly local: this beer is from Tropea, Calabria 🇮🇹 Somewhat misty, deep copper beer with introvert carbonation produces a creamy, spongy head that finds itself at the altitude of two fingers. Fairly long retention secures a neat layer adorning the top. The olfactory medley is composed of caramel malt but not caramel as such, a bit of mandarin as well as a hoppy sigh. In addition, I get a distant alcoholic tang emanating to my nostrils. It's weird since this is only 5.2 %. The taste is a bit sharp but not alcoholic. That's good. I find hefty brown caramel malt, bitter orange peel, lemon pith and faint cookie. I can also recognize a peppery hint to complete the experience. The body is light to light-medium. The finish drops some of its fruity side and turns slightly more tangy. The finish lingers in the mouth for a surprisingly long time. The mouthfeel is somewhat light, medium-crisp, a little lip-glueing and modestly dry. Doesn't follow the besten track of Amber Ales too closely but doesn't offer much improvement either.