L’Infusée - Brasseurs Du Monde
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Reviews by spinrsx:
3.13/5 rDev -10.6%
341ml Bottle from March Omni QC for 3$
Appearance – Hazy amber colour with an average size fizzy white coloured head. There is an average amount of carbonation and there is some great lacing. The head lasted for around 5-6 minutes before it was gone. There are some chunks at the bottom of my glass.
Smell - Grains/wheat, citrus zest, peaches/candy
Taste & Mouth - The beer has an average amount of carbonation. I can taste grains/bread mixed with citrus and peaches. There is also a bit of a floral/menthol flavour and some sweet tart candy notes. It ends with a very bittersweet aftertaste.
Overall – Can't say I've ever had a beer quite like this one. So, points for keeping me on my toes. This definitely isn't something I could drink a whole lot of however. If you like floral/tart/tea flavours, check this one out.
09-10-2012 23:58:44 | More by spinrsx
More User Reviews:
3.4/5 rDev -2.9%
Single bottle from Broue Ha Ha in Gatineau. Like most of my haul, this one was picked out pretty much on a whim.
Poured into a goblet. Nice Belgian pale ale colour - hazy pale grapefruit colour, good head of foam that survives as a thick ring with lots of lacing. Thin sediment settles quickly to the bottom of the glass. Nice looking brew.
Whew! The tea smells blast off the surface of the beer with a flourish - I feel like I'm in an herbal tea shop! Bubblegum, herbs, yeast, dried fruit, and tea, tea, tea. I'm not as well verse in all things herbal tea, so I can't pick out specific blends, but I certainly know that they are there. Very potent.
Very intriguing. Belgian pale meets tea ale. Bubblegum, herbs and spices, yeast, grapefruit, a touch of bittering hops. The one noticeable flavor that I'm really not digging is a medicinal, Fisherman's Friendy type of taste that reminds me a bit of cough medicine. Oddly enough, after a few minutes, you get used to it. Medium bodied, light carbonation, again similar to a Belgian pale.
Not sure if I like this, simply because it is extremely tea-like and the medicinal quality. Still, glad I tried it. Unique and an interesting experiment that is worth a try.
09-26-2012 03:43:22 | More by JohnnyBarman
3.53/5 rDev +0.9%
Draft: Poured a light golden color ale with a small foamy head. Aroma of candy-like flavours with light tea notes is intriguing. Taste is a unique mix between mango, fruity herbal tea with some light wheat bubblegum malt notes. Body is about average with good carbonation. Very sweet mix at the end of the day with some refreshing notes.
06-15-2012 19:48:53 | More by Phyl21ca
L’Infusée from Brasseurs Du Monde
81 out of 100 based on 14 ratings.