Rosée D'hibiscus - Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
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4.75/5 rDev +25%
A: Beautiful rosee color with a slight coppery hue. Nice head formation that has a rosee tint. lacing is very wet and slides down the glass almost as fast as it sticks.
S: Slight fruity tartness, herbal, wheaty, bready.
T: Great taste. Sweet and tart fruity tang, possibly raspberry, zesty lemon, citrus.
M: Awesome all around. Crisp, refreshing, and excellent mouthfeel.
D: Amazing, totally redrinkable. Delicious beer. Sessionable!
03-25-2009 02:43:27 | More by julian
4.71/5 rDev +23.9%
Poured from 11.5oz bottle into a Chimay goblet.
A - A pink like the blush on a peach.
S - Sweet floral, apricot, honeysuckle, tart red fruit, straw.
T - Subtle tartness, delicate floral and citrus notes, cereal aftertaste from the wheat.
M - Dry, moderate but fine carbonation.
A refreshing beer, an exercise in restraint building a delicate but complex ale. It is well thought out and I am certainly glad we picked it up.
09-14-2013 23:48:49 | More by REDAMI
4.7/5 rDev +23.7%
Cool label art. Poured into a tulip. Nice compact 1 finger sized head. Dark pink hue and very cloudly.
Sweet, citrusy, slightly sour but inviting. Nice yeasty smell as well.
Prickly and tart up front, peachy sweet and floral (Hisbiscus of coarse). Nice lingering sourness and dry finish.
Overall very pleasntly surprised. I was expecting something overly sweet or artificial. Love the balance between floral and sour. Definitly will seek out again, this will be great for the beach!
06-13-2011 00:42:02 | More by chrisrhoppe
4.68/5 rDev +23.2%
From notes taken on 11/10/10 at the Armsby Abbey. Poured into a stemmed tumbler. This was by far the favourite of the night for all of us.
A - A ruby red grapefruit type pour with a light two finger head that leaves a nice white halo. Just a pretty little glass of pink liquid.
S - Sour, citrus notes with some very floral backings. Not a hoppy type floral but literal floral/herbal notes.
T - Massively citrus yet light floral notes. This is just an absolute enjoyment to drink. Very similar to a saison.
M - Light carbonation but oh so crisp and refreshing. Cant stress enough how refreshing this is.
D - Superb flavours and appearnce makes this one a huge WOW. Wasn't expecting much from this and it shocked all of us just how nice this beer was. Definately need to get a bottle of this.
11-13-2010 04:29:50 | More by rudzud
4.6/5 rDev +21.1%
Pours off-amber color, slight reddish hue, with white to light pink head. Head retains well.
Aromatics are out of this world. Rose petals, complex floral notes come and go, and a clean Belgian yeasty/estery bready component is there as well. Herbal notes are there, but the floral is captivating.
On the palate a creamy bodied ale delivers a modest sour component (not over the top sour), sweet malt, and a gentle bitterness "tang" at the end. The flavors flow nicely and overall the beer is very smooth, in many ways.
09-19-2008 02:07:41 | More by yemenmocha
4.55/5 rDev +19.7%
This was a pleasant surprise for me. Great looking, burnt orange/red color that smells like a mildly floral wheat beer, but by no means heavily perfumed, allowing one to pick up a nice citrus component from the yeast as well.
First sip presents an amazing acid backbone underlying a very well done wheat beer. The floral component comes through as well, with very limited bittering, if at all really.
If you are a fan of fruit/vegetable wheats, you gotta give this a shot. I could drink this all day, if not for the high bottle price.
01-30-2009 03:36:37 | More by jwjon1
4.5/5 rDev +18.4%
I like that this is just classified as an herb/spiced beer because I'm not going into it with any preconcieved notions of what it could be. Saw some ads for this brewery in GLBN. Their artwork is awesome and I'm hoping their beer is too.
First off, this beer looks badass. It's sort of a hazy dark pink/orange. Could use a better head... or maybe it's the glass I'm using. But I really like the color. Very unique. Gets badass points.
Aroma reminds me of Sam Adams Summer Ale with more of a saison/flowery twist.
Taste is extrordinarily flowery and really like a summer ale. What gets me is that the taste sort of sticks to your tongue with a bit of friction like you would expect from a wine. Extrordinarily dry with the spices hovering above the light malt profile. A bit of a witbier yeast taste to the beer.
Very light bodied and high carbonation. I have a bit of a soar throat right now so it's doing me good. The spices are not at all overwhelming and I could see drinking a whole pitcher of this, should the mood strike me.
Maybe it's me but I just really like this brewery. I like their artwork on their bottles because it makes the beer more than a beer to me. It's sort of a self interprative concept. Great stuff.
10-15-2009 07:13:49 | More by wiseguy142
Rosée D'hibiscus from Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
86 out of 100 based on 618 ratings.