On tap at Taphouse 15, honey-milked Costa Rican coffee beans gain coconut-toasted Madagascar vanilla sweetening, fudgy Almond Joy reminder and redcurrant wisp. Emulsified lactose honeying picks up light bourbon snicker for nutty coffee theme. Exemplary.
On tap at The Oath, impressive breakfast-styled coffee porter loads dark-roast Sumatra coffee onto caramelized bourbon. Moderately creamed coffee nuttiness retains richness as dark chocolate, vanilla and toffee influence sweetens the molasses-oats backend. Subtle bourbon aging nearly lost in the thick mocha mix.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, durable low key All Saints coffee roast receives creamy dark chocolate, cocoa and espresso resilience over wood-dried hop char. Nutty coffee continuance picks up mild blueberry snip. Fine midrange porter.
Sweet Kentucky bourbon licks subtly embellish medium-roast coffee theme that’s nearly overwhelmed by dark chocolate spicing and creamy vanilla sugaring. Try in lieu of cream-sugared coffee in the morning.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, creamy cold-brewed coffee entry gains black chocolate roast and mild dark-roast hop char for smoothly mocha-bound medium body.
Staying more bitter than sweet, affable medium-bodied porter relies on light-roast coffee theme, slowly gaining dry espresso, dark cocoa and Brazil nut illusions reinforced by sharp hop char. Interesting day-old coffee changeup.
Superfine coffee porter nightcap! Milked hazelnut coffee entry gains fudged brownie, creamed vanilla, roasted cocoa and peanut-buttered cookie dough influence before reaching its chocolate nougat center. Tingly cinnamon, curry and cumin seasoning expands rangy dessert treat.
On tap at Sogo, soothingly creamed éclair-headed nitrogenized porter with roasted coffee bean theme and caramelized sugar stays serenely smooth. Light mocha malt smokiness affects ancillary dark chocolate, cacao nibs, vanilla, espresso and blueberry tones over moderate walnut-charred hop bittering.
On tap at Shepherd & Knucklehead – Hoboken, serene dark-roast coffee integrates bittersweet black chocolate malting with burnt nuttiness over tar-like hop resin.
Mild milk-sugared coffee bean sensation picks up sharp hop-oiled astringency, delicate black chocolate nip and distant nuttiness. Weak dried fruiting lost in the bittersweet roasted coffee midst.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, fine Turkish coffee-related porter offers brown-sugared cardamom and cumin spicing to vanilla-creamed black chocolate malting. Bittersweet cocoa-powdered coffee bean theme never relinquishes exquisite Indian spicing.