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This Quadrupel Oak Aged has a deep-bronze colour topped with an amber head. Its aroma… Show More
This Quadrupel Oak Aged has a deep-bronze colour topped with an amber head. Its aroma is defined by mixed wood and honey notes. These are followed by vinous flavours with a lingering port- or sherry-like scent.
The taste is quite smooth and full. For a Quadrupel this batch is rather dry and well-rounded as a result of a long maturing period in oak or acacia barrels. A two-year aging period is sufficient even if the full taste of this batch, if properly stored, warrants a good couple of years of enjoyability. Besides the effects exerted by red wine and brandy barrels, this Oak Aged also underwent Oloroso influences. The hop taste has all but vanished, but wood and wine tannins have left an agreeable bitter flavour.
Its fine bouquet is best savoured when this batch is served at a temperature of 16-18 °C(61 –64.5 °F). Show Less