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> Bush de Noel (Scaldis Noel)
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Triple Freak
post Jan 1 2005, 11:11 PM
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Aroma: 6/10
Appearance: 4/5
Flavor: 5/10
Palate: 4/5
Overall 10/20
Total: 2.9/5
25 cl brown bottle. Lots of fancy foil for the labels. Poured out a deep amber / mahogany color. Tan colored head was sparse. Aromas are of burnt straw, huge oakiness, lots of tannins, some vanilla, red wine vinegar, and alcohol.
Flavors are of Brettanomyces funk, vinegar, oak barrels, and lots of alcohol.
Some bizarre spiciness present also.
Maybe it’s cinnamon. Whatever it is, it doesn’t belong here. Thick mouthfeel at first, until the alcohol kicks in, and thins everything out considerably.
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Frank
post Feb 7 2005, 12:57 AM
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I'm not going to bother digging up my RateBeer rating for this sucker but I will say it is quite a lot better than regular Scaldis. Nice and spicy and not so sickly sweet. One of the best Belgians? Not by a stretch but quite nice. Still, there's propably thirty or so better Belgians available at a good bottle shop.
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