Good amber colour although a little hazy. Very little head from pouring (clean glass too). Smells of orange blossom and other good malt aromas, malt biscuits and crackers. Almost savoury aroma underneath the citrus fruit. Plenty of carbonation in the mouth and lots more orange, tangelo flavours. Tangy bitterness and good chewy, malty biscuitiness. Not nearly as woody as I was expecting, but maybe I was thinking of fuggles when I saw the label. On second thoughts, it starts to arise in the finish, which develops on the palate. Likeable beer.
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Tasted on tap at Cassel’s. Straw coloured, clear and clean with evident carbonation and a white head that dissipated and clung to the sides of the glass. Aromas of rising bread, pastry, dandelions and buttercups. Cool initially and then sweet with those savoury pastry flavours. Less overt summer fruit flavours, but veers toward glace fruits in Christmas cake. The finish was a little short but a good quencher. Definitely one for a session.
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