Updated Mobius variant betters original with its coffee-vanilla forward design. Soft-tongued Madagascar vanilla bean bittering absorbs lightly creamed coffee roast that then pervades dark roast hop-charred porter. At the finish, unsweetened cacao nibs insistence and dry espresso milking join vanilla coffee richness. Only some latent oily coffee remnant dampens fine prospect.
On tap at Taphouse 15, steeped in Revolution Coffee Roasters, dry English porter retains dark-roast coffee insistence as smoked molasses and Baker’s chocolate influence the lightly charred nuttiness above its peaty earthen base.
Smoothly creamed medium roast French press coffee (from Vermont’s Abracadabra Coffee Co.) soothingly engages dry porter. Oily hop charred java entry receives bitter espresso-milked black chocolate, vanilla and molasses subtleties plus black pepper remnant.
On tap at Plank Pizza, seductive coffee roast and bittersweet black chocolate auxiliary incur hop charred espresso nuttiness. Cold-brewed coffee continuance picks up dark caramel, cappuccino, tannic vanilla and musty blueberry snips.
On tap at Plank Pizza, anise-spiced coffee sweetener gains dry chocolate malting, dewy peat smidge and mild wood singe for offbeat porter.
Fulsome medium roast coffee bean bittering permeates cocoa-nibbed black chocolate malting, ashen wood hop char and subtle walnut sear. Like a cup of black coffee (with some fizz).
Sedate cold-brewed Columbian coffee bean frontage retains nutty persistence in fizzy clean-watered setting. Mild black coffee roast soon embittered by black-malted dark chocolate and cocoa powdering, feeding its mildly creamed java combustion.
Luxuriously milk-sugared dark roast Guatemalan coffee roast retains frothily creamed textural richness. Chewy coffee liqueur-like Kahlua sweetness gains fudgy dark chocolate influence and molasses-candied toffee tease in gelatinous manner. Beneath the surface, bitter hop-oiled walnut char counters chocolate hazelnut glaze.
On tap at Hoover’s, ‘invigorating’ nutty coffee frontage gains black chocolate resilience over blackened hop char for creamily mocha-bound full body.
On tap at Hoover’s, aggressive Rise Up! dark-roast coffee bittering reinforced by nutty chocolate, espresso and cocoa bean rollick. Maximum coffee thrust picks up mild hop char at the bold mocha finish. Excellent java alternative.