Aged: No age statement
Product of: United Kingdom
This 80/- Classic Scots ale is brewed in the remote island of Colonsay in the Sottish Hebrides.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 21/10/2015
(sample best before end Nov/16) Clear, deep brown almost black with thin but retentive beige head and very light lacing.
Earthy coal dust, heavily toasted barley, burnt sugar, caramel and dark chocolate.
Burnt toast, caramel, chocolate, chicory and dry piney hops. Very faint saltiness.
Dry Marmite (yeast extract), burnt toast and caramel with liquorice and coffee beans.
Dark brown, almost black in appearance this 80/- Scots ale has burnt toast heavily roasted barley aromas and flavours with light chocolate, coffee and chicory notes.