Fantôme Millenium - Brasserie Fantôme
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Ratings: 1 | Reviews: 1
4.03/5 rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
Found in Dany Prignon's box of oddities he found when I happened to visit the brewery, all he said about it was "This one was really good". The label was showing significant signs of decay and I was a bit worried about carbonation but Pop! it went and it poured out sparkling as if it just came out of the barnhouse brewery.
Appearance: Distinctly murky saison-ish peach, the head was thick and compact, almost looked like an Orval there for a second...
Smell: As weird as any Fantôme I've ever had...Armpits, cat urine, a wet sack of potatoes that started to spud, and a whole slew of funky aromas that decorum prohibits me to discuss in any great length here.
Taste: As old as it was, it still had plenty of legs body-wise as well as carbonation is concerned, with a very strong yeasty, wet bread with herbs texture, a strange acidity that mixed with the mineral palate to give a truely original mouthfeel. Seemed well attenuated by the fact that it didn't register any sweetness at all, but then again alcohol was also a complete non-factor, even at a whopping 10%.
Serving type: bottle
03-07-2006 23:24:21 | More by Goldorak
Fantôme Millenium from Brasserie Fantôme
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