Slushy flavor profile confounds bleary 12% alcohol triple bock camouflaged as a premium pale lager on a nasty strong Czech beer bender. Cloy Scotch entry picks up orange-spiced Courvoisier cognac propensity and blatant cotton-candied butterscotch-marzipan-vanilla sweetness undercut by slick honeyed ginger murk. Sugary corn ripple and superfluous rice wine tipple crammed into messy mix.
Devastatingly powerful, extremely complex triple bock to warm your spirits on a cold wintry night. In clear faded blue 8.4-ounce bottle with eye-grabbing 17% alcohol content, this creamy mahogany beauty opens with syrupy cherry-chocolate mouthfeel, sticky licorice fluctuation, and burnt caramel reticence rounded out by sugary medicinal tempest that’ll overpower novices post-haste. Slow sipping treat every bit as strong as indicated. Besides impairing eyesight, probably cures small aches and pains. Recommended over prescribed tranquilizers.