Filed under: Abbey Tripel (trappist), St. Bernardus | Tags: apples, beautiful packaging, crisp lace, faint, flowery, focus on sweet, Fruity, golden, hazy, heavy sweet malts, less balanced, less hops, longer muted finish, nutty, peach, rich fruity wash, salty, simple, spongey, terrycloth, thin white staying head, wheaty
Style and Glass: Abbey Tripel; Trappist
ABV, Volume & Calories: 8 % in11.2 fl oz. estimated at 200 C
Purchased at: Canal’s Lawrenceville for $17.00 as a part of a 4 part gift pack complete with glass.
Aroma: faint, flowery, fruity, and wheaty.
Visuals: simple, beautiful packaging, golden, hazy, thin white staying head, crisp lace.
Taste: less balanced, heavy sweet malts, less hops, focus on sweet, fruity, apples, nutty, salty, peach.
Palate: rich fruity wash, terrycloth, spongey, longer muted finish.
Overall: A very nice dry tripel. I’d love to have it again. Quite enjoyable — would pair fantastically with fruit, chocolate, chicken.
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