Asahi Super Dry Black

vol/alc.:
5%

Graduación alcohólica:
10°

Vintage:
No vintage

Añejado:
Unaged

Cierre: Crown cap

Producto de: Product of Japan Japan


Pronounced ‘A-Sa-Hee’, meaning rising sun, this Japanese dark lager was developed in 1987 and was Japan’s first karakuchi or dry beer. It is brewed with Asahi’s No.318 yeast and rice, its dark colour due to the use of heavily roasted malt, indeed it has the appearance of a full-bodied dark ale.

Reseña y cata

Probado 26/01/2016

Apariencia

Clear but almost opaque, deep chestnut brown virtually black with moderate beige head and light lacing.

Aroma

Subdued nose with slightly burnt toasted baguette crust thinly spread with Marmite, faint liquorice, grilled nuts and cut grass

Gusto

Notes of charcoal and burnt malt with faint liquorice, chocolate, coffee, nuts and tobacco. Blander than the dark colour might suggest.

Regusto

Palate fades with burnt white toast, more liquorice and faint smokiness.

General

Best described as burnt lager with a surprisingly subdued aroma and flavour given the dark colour.

Further product information

Barcode UPC: 4 901004 019295

Más información Asahi Super Dry Black

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