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Sweet and malty at first. Very approachable with a solid black color. The more you drink the more you taste the hazelnut almost like it’s hanging around the bottom. Pro tip: pour a cooled espresso shot in the bottom of the glass and then pour BO over it for a nice caffeinated addition.
Tons of sweet hazelnut.
Strong and thick with a slight chocolate taste
Very smooth chocolate and coffee with hints of hazelnut, definitely a sipping stout, especially with the 12%abv. Wish I bought more than 2
16oz can from Tavour. Thick black pour, brown head fades to ring. Aroma is chocolate and hazelnuts. Syrupy, sweet taste, chocolate, coffee, hazelnuts. Thick and rich. Warmth rises at the end. This is damn good.
Was hoping for more hazelnut. Good coffee back.
Dark and rich. Coffee with a hint of chocolate.
Heavy. Smooth. Intense. But a tad bitter.
Great coffee stout.
Good coffee flavors and lots of malts. Vanilla is a little lost and chocolate is subdued. Not overly sweet.
I was super disappointed by this. On paper it’s completely up my alley. Big stout with coffee and hazelnut? Yes please! But it’s SO sweet. It’s like the stout equivalent of coffee flavored Hershey’s syrup. It got a bit better when it warmed up and mellowed a bit but it just wasn’t for me, sadly
Tastes like dark, dark coffee. It has some bitterness. Not much hazlenut, unfortunately.
Right out of the fridge this beer is wonderful with a strong coffee and hazelnut taste. As it warmed up to room temperature I started getting some fruity notes as well as a more tamed coffee taste. Overall a great beer!
Impressed with the amount of hazelnut shining through while still maintaining a decent amount of coffee. Definitely the most full hazelnut flavor I've ever had in a stout. Recommend if you love espresso and rich deep hazelnut flavors that aren't buried by lactose or additional adjuncts. Cheers!!
Thicc and full of coffee and hazelnut notes!
Bitter dark chocolate & black coffee, got more hazelnut as it warmed up
It was aight
Great stout, I enjoy it
Coffee and hazelnut, great combo
Lots of coffee, especially in the mouth. Nice stout, although not awesome.
Confusing flavors. Coffee fights the hazelnut. Nothing stood out to me. I’ve had some excellent stouts in my day, this didn’t fit the mark.
Not bad, definitely tasted the coffee but wasn’t too bitter
Nice coffee notes and hazelnut. Solid stout.
Bitter chocolate and dark fruit. I got zero hazelnut which was a let down for me
Don’t get much of the hazelnut or coffee flavors. Overall still a tasty imperial stout with a great finish. Would probably buy again
Delicious. Subtle coffee and hazelnut tones. Thick and sticky. Loved it
A little rich for my taste . And I couldn’t quite get the coffee essence
Rich and thick. The hazelnut and coffee were matched perfectly. Smooth opening and a tasty bitter on the finish
Thick and rich, coffee and hazelnuts definitely are the stars here. Love it!
Nice, heavy, roasted stout. Coffee is spot on and strong and the hazelnut manages to hold its own pretty well. My only critique is it’s a tad too sweet, but given the ABV it’s not much of a problem. Pours like motor oil, good stuff.
Very good but just a little sweet for me. Flavors are spot on with a nutty finish
Truly a great stout
Quite a nice stout. Rich and complex, with notes of coffee and very subtle notes of hazelnut.
Amazing blend of flavors and snotty taste
A little overly sweet for my taste. Besides that, a very flavorful coffee imperial stout.
Much more like a coffee than others I’ve tried. Really sneaks up on you at 12%. Lingering aftertaste that takes away from the overall experience. Would need to pair better than I did.
Very sweet and delicious, good coffee flavor that comes through, lingers quite a bit
Ok. Wouldn’t buy again
Really good. Smooth and Rich
Didn't taste the hazelnut, but good coffee stout.
Aroma is soft hazelnut, subtle coffee, and chocolate. Flavor is rich and full. Hazelnut throughout with easy coffee upfront. Finish on thick chocolate. Alcohol is real hidden. Iced coffee stout with a TON of flavor.
Very tasty. Rich thick flavors with chocolate, coffee and vanilla and hints of hazelnut.
Really good coffee flavor, with the hazelnut going in and out at various points. Would love to see how this is coming from a barrel. Very light on the pallet, and definitely can’t sense the heat given the high ABV.
Ordered from Tavour, chilled, and poured into an Imperial pint glass. Look: dark brown, almost black, small 1/4 finger sized head that dissipated quickly to nothing. No lacing Smell: booze up front, followed by sweet dark roasted malt notes, almost dark sweet chocolate following that Taste: booze in the nose immediately, followed by super sweet dark roast, a bit of coffee and trailing sweet dark chocolate notes. The nutty notes are hidden in this and you have to reach at the very end to get it after the boozy needing Feel: full feel, syrupy, no carbonation, thick and drying Interesting beer. We had a pretty good idea what we were in store for. Dark roast, sweet coffee and hazelnut with some booze. What we got was super sweet roasty notes with a little coffee, quite a bit of booze and almost no nuttiness. We have learned that hazelnuts are difficult to capture in a beer and this one had a difficult time getting it as well. Still though, if you like thick, syrupy boozy stouts, this is a decent beer. Cheers everyone.
The rich flavor makes this drink godly.
Super thick, with a great blend of flavors. Boozy and delish
this thing packs a punch. first it looks like a can of ink. im talking "absolute black" absorbing all light dark. then the ABV hits you like a 2x4 when you go to stand up. its a great way to finish your day, do not recommend for day drinking