Querido Y Perdido
Casita Brewing Company
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Really unique! Definitely try this if you like stouts
Love this one! Another NON barrel aged stout that had great flavors. Smell was roast, chocolate, cinnamon and peppers. Taste matched and the vanilla came out when it warmed, but the heat from the peppers was great! Full body with a thick slick feel.
Great tiny kick at the end of the taste.
Very solid, rich
Couldn’t do it, too sweet. The spice was very unique
Good but too much spice.
Nice and smooth with a good kick of heat
Heavy beer... Love chocolate and chiles, and there is plenty of heat here. Still can't knock the late Cocoa Mole by New Belgium out of my top spot.
4.2, nice backend heat
Very chocolatey, nice hint of heat from the chilis, soft mouth feel.
Oh yeah! Rich, thick, with a hint of peppers.
Good spice , had it In the fridge and with it getting to room temp it did get even better
got that kick to it but not too much
This beer is incredible. The dark silky flavor you’d expect from an imperial, but a spicy finish that’s so tasty. Especially when you do fresh baked chocolate chip cookies in it! The fact that proceeds go to an amazing cause...and I’m a lifer.
Great flavors, but chilies and heat are a little overpowering, but tasty nonetheless, drinkers lighter than the abv would suggest.
A sippable dessert beer. Like a dark chocolate bar with jalapeno.
This was...I dunno. The Stout was good, a bit cinnamon roll-ish. But the spiciness hits at the end of the first sip and kinda lingers. It doesn’t really add anything, but also doesn’t take anything away. It’s a good level of spice, but not for everybody.
So good. Loved the spice at the end.
You feel the heat of each sip in the back of your throat. Truly surprised this carried some type of heat to it.
Think I got a bad can so very hard to truly rate. Had some off flavors as if it had spoiled BUT even though I couldn’t enjoy it fully I will say the heat that I enjoyed was amazing! I love spiced (chiles) beers. So I’ll give a five for the heat. Can’t really knock em down for the can spoiling. Things happen when stuff is shipped or maybe something got into the can while they were filling. It is what it is.
Mexican Hot Chocolate that has SPICE
At first it just seemed complex. My wife had me blind calling out what I could taste. Being a Chile head, the subtle Chile flavor escaped me. Once I let it warm up a bit, the flavors were super obvious and blended nicely. This is a great beer.