Satsuma Harvest Wit - Abita Brewing Co.
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3.06/5 rDev -10.3%
I bought this one because I had no idea what a satsuma was. The apperance is a nice fuzzy orange color that is hazy. The smell is vague hops with a strange bitter smell that was off to me. Sweet taste but then melllows to quick to a earthy bitter that doesn't mix well. Aftertaste is decent but nothing amazing. Just not impressed but I want to try a satsuma to see how Mich flavor was in it
10-05-2013 03:12:33 | More by TownDunkel
3.05/5 rDev -10.6%
A- A crisp white head tops a cloudy orange cream colored beer. There is quite a bit of sediment still left in the bottle with was then transferred into the glass. This gives it the appearance of a lighter colored fresh squeezed orange juice with a few bits of seed floating in it.
S- citrus and light clove up front. It also has that classic funk aroma that I find in alot of witbiers.
T- on the tip of the tongue is the burst of citrus while the mellow bitters work their magic along the sides of it. The funk of the orange peel/pith is defined in the long finish of this beer.
M- Well carbonated and crisp.
O- This is an ok beer, but nothing worth bragging about.
09-25-2013 19:48:06 | More by stckhndlr
3.78/5 rDev +10.9%
Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit has a very thick, frothy, white head, a semi-clear, golden appearance, with streaming bubbles, lots of suspended tan particles, a descending yellow-gray cloud, and a fair amount of lacing left on the glass. The aroma is of coriander and white wheat bread, and the taste is of those two elements, plus sugar, satsuma, a touch of bitterness, and a slight orange peel note. Mouthfeel is medium and slick, and Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit finishes semi-dry, easy going, and drinkable. Overall, this is very good.
09-08-2013 15:14:05 | More by RonaldTheriot
3.14/5 rDev -7.9%
I poured a bottle into a weizen glass.
Appearance- Cloudy straw color with a fingers worth of quickly disappearing head. Very little lacing.
Smell- Wheat malt, coriander, and citrus.
Taste- Yeasty, lightly sweet wheat malt flavor with a hint of citrus. Funky aftertaste.
Mouthfeel- Light bodied with an average amount of carbonation.
Overall- I was not impressed with this beer. The aftertaste was a little off putting. Not a good representation of the style and not one of Abitas better offerings.
08-24-2013 18:00:01 | More by scratch69
3.33/5 rDev -2.3%
Apperance: Light and cloudy. Fairly small head leaves pretty good lacing.
Smell: Wheat, coriander, and spices.
Taste: Wheat, orange, coriander, spices, and then some hops. Finishes somewhat dry. Flavors are timid and nothing shines here.
Mouthfeel: Fairly thin. Leaves a rather unpleasant aftertaste.
Overall: Not bad, but nothing too interesting. Probably would taste alright on a very warm summer day, but this overall is forgettable.
08-18-2013 19:46:10 | More by DeFaz
3.2/5 rDev -6.2%
Cloudy straw color with white head that fades quickly. Aroma is light orange peel, coriander with soft pilsner malt. Taste is the same - orange peel is light as is the coriander. The malt is almost not existent. Maybe slight sweetness from the malt. Overall everything in this beer needs to be amped up just a bit.
08-18-2013 00:51:36 | More by jayhass
3.28/5 rDev -3.8%
From the 12 fl. oz. bottle. Sampled on August 12, 2013.
It has a cloudy pale yellow pour with a quick white head that does not as terribly long. It has an unfiltered look.
The aroma smells like a wit should with Belgian pale malts, Belgian yeast, and a little bit of lemon zing. Yup = Hoegarrden. Mellow hops.
The body is light and refreshing.
The taste has the same sort of roasted malt character I would expect from a wit but it is not quite as strong as it is on the nose. Vague spice and citrus. A bit sweeter than many wits. But it was not that bad and I could drink a few of these in 80 degree weather.
08-12-2013 21:01:14 | More by puboflyons
Satsuma Harvest Wit from Abita Brewing Co.
78 out of 100 based on 337 ratings.