Peak Organic Oak Aged Mocha Stout - Peak Organic Brewing Company
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4.75/5 rDev +24.7%
Yeah, this beer is damn good. Aroma is a BLAST of oak, coffee and a touch of dark chocolate. A bit more carbonation than anticipated tickles the lips up front. Then, a rush of chocolate/coffee mix hits the palate. Really tasty. The oak hits again on the end and lingers. This beer is fun to drink and i'll certainly be having another.
03-31-2012 22:58:45 | More by berliner07
4.74/5 rDev +24.4%
Excellent taste, full rich flavor, no aftertaste, great head, long lasting. Chocolate flavor is not overpowering, coffee undertones are subtle. Great with pizza, and makes a great ice cream float, on a hot summer day. Best very cold, I usually put it in the freezer for 10 minutes, and a frozen mug is a must
07-21-2013 05:31:06 | More by jc911s
4.6/5 rDev +20.7%
Appearance: A lovely dark brown/Black.
Smell: The first time i tried it the rich chocolate came to the fore. The Second time the coffee was stronger. I can't wait to see /taste what the bottle 3 brings!
Taste: I find this beer in perfect balance between the stout flavor, java, choco and oak. I was thinking it would pair well with dessert, but i had it with my flank steak and it was a great playmate too.
Mouth feel: The mouth feel is luscious.
Overall: A wonderful beer that's different flavors pop in and out as the tasting goes on. I look forward to trying this on tap. One of my top 3 stouts.
12-01-2012 21:31:47 | More by openmind
4.56/5 rDev +19.7%
I was given a bottle of this on my birthday in 2011, and I allowed it to age in a cool dark pantry until spring 2013.
I've had this beer fresh, and while still a solid beer, around the 2 year age mark this beer, in my opinion, is elevated to a truly outstanding brew. In all honesty, I would place it on par with Founder's Breakfast Stout or Cask-Conditioned Old Rasputin when consumed in this manner.
I plan on buying more in the near future, and allowing them to age.
08-12-2013 13:36:50 | More by enslighet01
4.5/5 rDev +18.1%
Pours a black body, head is well over 1 inch and dark brown. Head retention was very good and lacing was good.
Smell is of freshly ground coffee mixed with warm brownies. Sweet chocolate syrup and burnt malts are also in there. Faint hops are present and the aroma of alcohol is light though it smells more of port wine.
Taste is a mix of bitter chocolate, biscuity roasted malts, and cold strong coffee. Sweet Hershey's syrup comes in next, this tastes very similar to an actual mocha. Slight hops are present but I think a majority of the beers bitterness comes from the coffee. At 8% abv, the flavor of alcohol was hidden mostly.
Mouthfeel is somewhat light for an imperial stout, and well carbonated. Normally this would be bad but the head added a nice richness to the body and rounded it out nicely.
Overall this beer was pretty damn good. Chocolate, coffee, malts and alcohol all balanced well. I finished the bomber pretty easily which isnt very common for such a rich beer. While this beer lacks the complexity of my all time favorites, it's definitely one that I'll have to revisit soon.
03-08-2012 05:56:28 | More by angelmonster
4.43/5 rDev +16.3%
Appearance: Thick and black, modest head with a brown tint.
Aroma: Roasted coffee with a hint of caramel, promising!
Taste: Dominated by oak flavours from the aging -- seems to me that it was a whisky barrel -- but with an aftertaste of espresso and a dynamic mixture of malty flavours supported by a robust body.
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied, creamy.
Overall: Excellent brew, a lot of depth and character with a number of interesting flavours in the mix, from coffee, whisky, and malt. Strong ABV is appropriate and none of the elements dominate too much as each is very robust.
06-01-2012 18:56:01 | More by Arborescence
4.38/5 rDev +15%
A: Black with a mocha ring of head.
S: Fudgy chocolate, coffee, vanilla, oak, deeply complex, a bit earthy.
T: Vanilla, oak, dark chocolate, coffee.
M: Full bodied, not really smooth.
O: The flavor and smell are really good, though the mouthfeel is a bit off. I like the fullness of it, but I really prefer my beer smooth.
01-18-2014 19:02:17 | More by BierJager89
4.36/5 rDev +14.4%
From the tin foiled, capped 650 ml. bottle. Sampled on January 4, 2014.
Boy do I love the way it looks. It's black as night, jet black, India Ink black and any other "blackness" you can think of with a soft, silky tan head that lingers and laces. 5 out of 5 for that.
The aroma has a decent balance of baker's chocolate and spent coffee grinds along with a more subtle dark fruit character along the lines of plums or prunes. It has an aged feel to it too as promised.
The body is full and luscious. 5 out of 5 for that.
The flavor begins with the coffee notes and then the chocolate notes come up from behind as if to say "Hey! We're here too!" Then there is this kind of dark bitterness that I cannot describe. It is not earthy, grassy, or floral like other hop characters but more like a deep burnt hop. Alcohol well-integrated. Very nice offering from Peak Organic.
01-04-2014 17:53:57 | More by puboflyons
Peak Organic Oak Aged Mocha Stout from Peak Organic Brewing Company
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