Box Set Track #11 - The Devil Went Down To Georgia - The Lost Abbey
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3.43/5 rDev -8.8%
375 mL bottle poured into a snifter. Reviewed from notes.
Appearance - Brown body with the slightest hint of life. A few wisps and a thin collar.
Smell - Bourbon. Caramel. Fruity, not what I'd call peach though. Raisins. Tea, if I really think about it.
Taste - Much fruitier. Stone fruits very strong. Fruity caramel flavor that lingers. Very sweet finish.
Mouthfeel - Sugary and kinda tough to drink. Medium carbonation.
Overall - Not impressive. Very sweet.
12-23-2013 19:27:24 | More by Alieniloquium
4.01/5 rDev +6.6%
A - Brown with maroon accents in a thick and hazy body
S - Nice bourbon notes, light oak, and slight peach sweetness
T - Heavy spice fro the HH bourbon, nice sweetness from the peaches, dark fruit and an oak presence from the barrels. There is also a sweet vanilla that adds a nice layer of complexity and sweetness to it
M - Medium syrupy body with spiciness near the back end
O - The second barreling of the Angel's share adds a lot of bourbon and spice to the beer. The peaches add a nice sweetness to it. Definitely a new layer of complexity to the angels share that I enjoy.
06-16-2013 03:27:23 | More by jeonseh
3.74/5 rDev -0.5%
Nearing the end here. Yet another Lost Abbey tick shared by Todd.
A - Minimal white foam settles to a thin partial cap. Murky and turbid brown body.
S - An odd mix of bourbon and black tea, with only a hint of peach. This is the Angel's Share base, you say? Astringent, and quite strange. Sweetness comes a bit out more as it warms up.
T - The taste is significantly better, with more sweet caramel malts from the base beer and less tea. Peaches come through a little more, and there's mild tropical brightness imparted by the brett. Still, largely caramel, oaky vanilla, brown sugar, and so forth here. Alcohol is well-hidden, which is nice.
M - Surprisingly thin, especially when compared directly to Bourbon Angel's Share. Lower carbonation, surprisingly smooth texture, with less tannins than I expected from fruit, tea, oak, and so forth. Again, well-hidden booze.
D - The smell was very strange, and a tad off-putting, but otherwise I enjoyed this for the most part. The tea seems a bit unnecessary.
05-21-2013 15:27:23 | More by MasterSki
Box Set Track #11 - The Devil Went Down To Georgia from The Lost Abbey
85 out of 100 based on 57 ratings.