Le Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout | Harvey & Son Ltd.

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Le Coq Imperial Extra Double StoutLe Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout

Brewed by:
Harvey & Son Ltd.
England, United Kingdom

Style: Russian Imperial Stout

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 10.00%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
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Added by OldFrothingSlosh on 02-19-2001

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Photo of TheMadJack
3.83/5  rDev +11.7%
look: 5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 3.75

Poured from 12oz brown glass bottle into nonic glass

A: Pours like old motor oil. Thick, almost syrupy appearance which forms a stout pool of completely opaque beer only a shade lighter than true black. A deep tan head rises to an inch and a half from the vigor of my pour before settling down to a quarter inch over the next two minutes. When I swirl the beer I see signs of viscosity and a light lacing clings to the glass about an inch high. This small head retained itself throughout the entire tasting.

S: Surprisingly sweet. Dark chocolate covered fresh fruit which I am still trying to identify. Some kind of berry is coming to mind, and maybe plums. A back note of powdered sugar and dark toast.

T: Very subtle for the style. Gentle background of dark, nearly charred toast carries berries and a peppery alcohol kick. Medium bitterness. Charred notes rise to the nose on swallow. Very clean finish.

M: Rich without being heavy or oily. There is a slight sensation of it perhaps being salty or gently foamed. The overall impression is perhaps closest to chocolate milk, frothed by hand.

O: Well executed, very drinkable due to the toned down flavor. I usually expect something more robust from an Imperial stout, especially one labelled "Exra Double" so I marked it down points. However, don't steer clear of it on that account. It solidly hits every quality a Russian Imperial should have.

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Photo of bobhits
3.75/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

Jet black, viscous, and flat. Reasonable legs but doesn't compare to higher abv stouts.

The nose brings out the smell of an aged stout, a certain mix muted aroma of old something is always present when I open a stout more than a few years old.

The same old aroma is in the flavor as well. I think of this is an interesting flavor but not good or bad. Chocolate, sherry, perhaps some almond, with a lingering coffee note once the beer is gone.

Flat but with enough body to support the beer.

I'm pretty indifferent on this one. It's a tasty beer. 2003 vintage so about 13-14 years old now.

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Photo of GreesyFizeek
4.75/5  rDev +38.5%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 5

Bottle purchased at Beers of the World in Henrietta, NY.

This one pours a pretty deep dark black, with a small quarter inch creamy looking head, and a little bit of lacing.

Smells like earthy roasted malt, tobacco, raisin, plum, red wine, and slight tartness.

There is quite a lot going on here in this one. This might be the biggest gulf in expectations vs actual taste in a beer I've had- this one of the best stouts I've ever had. I had fairly low expectations for it. The slight tartness- much less pronounced than people are saying in other reviews- gives a wonderful counterbalance to the other flavors, and seems to make them even more pronounced. It's like a chocolatey red wine, with heavy roast, vanilla cream, leathery tobacco, slight soy sauce, and dry smoke. It's quite dry, but not bitter. This is a superb sipping beer.

This is medium bodied, with a pretty low level of carbonation. It is quite creamy.

This was quite a revelation- it was a highly enjoyable way to end this evening. One of the most complex beers I've ever had.

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Photo of sjccmd
4.32/5  rDev +25.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Dark fruits, licorice, saddle soap, leathery funk, figs, and cherries. A whole lot going on. Raspberries, and maybe a bit of barnyard. Burnt fruitcake and some bubblegum. Some industrial asphalt kind of aroma as well. This is crazy complex.

Pours black with a small dark tan head. Head just leaves a ring around the glass but sticks around. Thick gloopy. Serious sediment at the bottom.

Straight up burnt fruitcake. Raisins and caramelized sugars. Bitter espresso. Sweet upfront but surprisingly balanced. Bitterness from roasted malts balances out the sweetness. A touch of acidity is surprising, but adds complexity.

Full body, low carbonation. Silky and chewy. Finish is surprisingly dry leaving behind a touch of sweetness and acidity.

I can see why some don't enjoy this beer. The wild character may be off putting, but it does seem likely that this is what the original RIS's tasted like. I find the funk and acidity to subtle and complimentary. Despite everything going on in this beer, I find it easier drinking than many of the high abv sweet american-made RIS's.

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Photo of ShanePB
1.96/5  rDev -42.9%
look: 2 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 2 | feel: 1 | overall: 2

Bottle vintage 2003. So we're at 12 years old right now. No clue about storage conditions as a buddy found this sitting on a shelf last week. Corked. Oily black body with absolutely no head. Appears this one will be rather flat. Aromas have some oxidization, molasses, soy and smoke. Flavor is much of that cardboard, soy and awful smokiness. This aged rather poorly. No clue how this beer is 'fresh' but this is beyond where anyone would want to drink it now.

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Photo of kevanb
3.69/5  rDev +7.6%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

9.3oz bottle, cap is dated 2013, poured into a Le Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout stemmed glass.

The beer pours an insanely thick and oily texture, jet black, beyond opaque with a firm, thick, taut caramel head, about 2 fingers high that has fantastic retention and leaves nice swatches of soapy lace behind. The nose is initially very unusual, almost sour cherry like, perhaps a bit of vinegar, plenty of stone fruits, leather, roasty malt, thought after it opens up for a while, the sourness fades, perhaps some musty brett remains and a super leathery, rich, smokey and roasty aroma lingers with really pleasant stone fruit qualities. The flavors don't quite have the sourness that the nose showcased, a bit vinous with a touch of acid, but really deep rich flavors, roasted malt, stone fruit, leather, molasses, chocolate, perhaps even some peat. Impressive depth of flavor, minimal oxidation despite the age, a light twinge of acidity, definitely unusual, but still enjoyable. The mouthfeel is nice, big full body, minimal carbonation, just a light playful tickle on the tongue, coats well, finishes with a bit of a tart twinge.

Verdict: I can definitely see how this is a love it or hate it beer and at first I was really put off but how tart the aroma was, but once this was allowed about 15-20 minutes to open up, this was a beer that I actually enjoyed. An odd mix of roasty, vinous, rich, but it somehow comes together in a fairly decent package.

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Photo of dvmin98
3.52/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

2009 off the shelf in Fort Mill, SC. The flavor is very sour up front. Reminds me of a poor man's Tart of Darkness. The back end of the flavor lets the roasted malts shine. Wasn't ready for the sourness, though. Different.

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Photo of Rutager
3.57/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

Pours a viscous looking deep dark brown with a thin creamy brown head that fades pretty quick. Strange nose of vinegar, chocolate, and light funky barrel. Taste has some dry brett but pretty much none of the sour I was getting in the nose. Lots of dark chocolate and roasty dark malts, a bit of dark roasted coffee, maybe a little char. Interesting, I'll say that. Not sure if brett and stout go together.

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Photo of TastyIsBeer
4.47/5  rDev +30.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I wish I could tell what year this is - the label mentions awards as late as 2004, but other than that no clues.

L--A vigorous pour results in a small head that dissipates pretty quickly. The "motor oil" description certainly applies.

S--Soy and smoke, that's what I smell. It has a weight to it.

T--The taste follows through on the scent, with the smoky soy having an umami quality to it. If you are looking for a beer that would qualify as "savory" this would be it.

F--Thick, but not syrupy like BCBS. Fits the taste and scent.

Overall: I like a smoky scotch and those rauchbiers that are best described as having a sausage quality about them. This hit the spot for me.

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Photo of Ozzylizard
4.22/5  rDev +23%

9.3 oz bottle at 40 degrees into snifter
Aroma of figs, dates, and chocolate
Head small (<1cm), light brown, frothy, diminishing to 4 mm ring
Lacing poor – rare small islands of tiny bubbles
Body dark brown/black, opaque
Flavor slightly sweet, flavors of dates and plums; no hops, no alcohol, no diacetyl
Palate full, creamy, lively carbonation

Appearance 4, Aroma 4.25, Flavor 4.25, Palate 4.25, Overall 4.1875. Final weighted score: 4.225

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Photo of seedyone
4.5/5  rDev +31.2%

Dec'13. From bottle. Wish I made note of the year. This one had a most distinctive flavor. Umamai, without a doubt. If it was a bit saltier it could pass as a gravy made from well caramelized elements. What comes to mind is Marmite, but without the salt. I really enjoyed it. Can't say I'd make it my go to, but I'm old enough & wise enough to realize that a treat can only remain so if it's not over indulged.

06/27/13 From bottle. 2003. What a find. this is one incredible taste treat. the trick is to forget wahtever it is that you think you know, because you are entering another dimension. This concoction, though not completely foreign, has very little to securely hang the usual descriptives on. Thick, absolutely, but sweet...but not so much so that bitter or sour ruin the experience. Applying this to the middle of a session has ground the show to a halt by sheer wonderment. I understand why it is served in a bar, because of the alcohol, but from there on, it defies description in terms I'm comfortable with. All in all this is a fantastic experience.

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Photo of Stinkypuss
3.78/5  rDev +10.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Pours very oily dark black with an ominous off white head.
Smells like black malt and alcohol.
In the taste, coffee and alcohol.
Molasses, earthy peat, little bitterness is left at this point.
Medium, smooth, may have lost a bit of carbonation that reads on the low-medium scale. Overall, a nice export stout worthy of celebrating.

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Photo of WGO
4.28/5  rDev +24.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Nice stubby bottle with label detailing some of the history of the Russian imperial stout style. Claims to be brewed under supervision of the first Russian brewery to produce Russian imperial stout.
Pours very thick, head looks like a thick chocolate mousse. Very dark almost black body.
Chocolate, raisins, Christmas pudding like aromas, maybe a hint of bannana.
Smooth almost velvet like. Coffee, bitter very choclaty, malt loaf like.
Mouth feel is very smooth one moment then overly carbonated the next.
Overall tastes great but seems a little disjointed through the sporadic texture and mouth feel.

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Photo of Bouleboubier
4.6/5  rDev +34.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

(2009 bottle, kept in cellar temps presumably since obtained - drank it Dec 2013)

A: syrupy, black.... mocha head 3/4", thick foam.... head peters out fast.... small sheet of dark cap lingers long.... bunch of medium-sized bubbles

S: funky-sour.... sweet cherry, chocolaty-roasty.... raspberry and confectionery chocolate glaze.... dark caramelized sugars sneak through

T: wowww!... roasty as heck with a strong vinous undercurrent, but not so much fruity or bitter.... borders on sherry, but tempered enough by the malt and roast flavors.... super dry finish as in sweet aftertaste being nil, at first.... later, a sweetish, sherry-like, high-fruity finish - nearly red-wine vinegary

M: beautiful but brief initial silkiness up front, slips over a slightly powdery-roast dust into the supremely dry finish without desiccating... slow and soft release

O: this was absolutely wonderful.... better than the Courage Imp. Stout.... so much more complexity.... likely the best British imperial stout I've come across - what an imperial stout should taste like - tastes like history

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Photo of FLima
4.18/5  rDev +21.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

This actually has 9 % ABV.
Let’s see 10 years have gone by. Release of 2003!
Poured the blackest liquid I have ever seen, no light could get through and with practically no head.
Aroma of oak, dark fruits, licorice, toffee, earthy hops and coffee. Great, no infection! Let’s go for the treaty then.
Distinguished taste with a strong character. Bold flavor of sweet concentrated toasted malts, lots of licorice, raspberries, definitely molasses all over it, prunes, figs, oak and cherries. Hints of cigars, condiments and shoyu. Not really sour, actually it has an elegant bitterness.
Liquorish body and as smooth as it gets. The beer was completely flat, all carbonation was gone. 9% ABV is completely harmonic and actually well hidden.
Awesome beer. A non-sweet Port Wine would be the closest drink to this brew. Not sure if I won the lottery here, but I am glad I got this release.

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Photo of ediaz
2.26/5  rDev -34.1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.25

2008 vintage sitting on a shelf for 5.99 - should have known.

A: Poured a dark color with a nice thin mocha head

S: tartness, acidity, infection - some reviews indicated that this was there too, but that it was gone in the taste, so i proceeded.

T: a sour, acidic, tarty stout, and not in a cool tart of darkness kind of way.

M: a little light with appropriate carbonation

O: its no good, and if it was not infected I'd be pressed to see how it could be enjoyed. do not try.

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Photo of sentomaster
3.38/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

2003 vintage

A-dark as can be, with a very thin beige head that quickly dies

S-Wow, massively vinous and dark. big hit of acidity and vinegar, too much so- it overtakes anything else that might be going on and leaves a massively tart and sour impression. Not appetizing and I'm thinking this might be a drain pour.

T/M- Thankfully the acidity doesn't dominate on the palate like it does in the nose. The carbonation is just right and contributes to a slick and oily body that coats your mouth. The vinous aspect translates well onto the palate. Seriously dark flavors of figs, raisins, and prunes coat the tongue with a red wine like complexity. The finish comes back to vinous and vinegar which stick to your mouth and lingers long after.

O- Really different, I'm not sure the nose is quite right, or as it should be. Maybe it didn't age quite right. It is very unique and probably more what the classic imperial stout was like as opposed to the chocolate and roast of the current american double stouts.

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Photo of TheManiacalOne
2.13/5  rDev -37.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

2003 vintage poured from an 11.2oz bottle into a US tumbler pint glass.

A: The beer is a deep black color, with a no head that fades slowly and no lace on the glass.

S: The aroma contains roasted malts, molasses, chocolate and a touch of dark fruit.

T: The taste is much the same as the smell with strong flavors of molasses, chocolate and some dark fruit but age has taken just about everything else out of this beer. The malt character is very hearty. The after-taste is slightly sweet.

M: Not crisp or smooth but quite viscous, heavy body, no carbonation left, finish is sticky.

O: Some flavor still left, a little filling, strong kick, I’m scoring the beer how it is at 9 years old but I plan on reviewing a fresher release of this beer at some point in the future.

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Photo of DavoleBomb
3.43/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured into a perfect pint. 2003 vintage.

4.0 A: Pitch ass black color. Half a finger of frothy light brown head that falls quickly and leaves no lacing. I'm impressed that there's any carbonation, so high scores here.

3.5 S: This smells like dirt wrapped in mud and roasted. Supremely earthy with mineral and soy sauce notes. Molasses, roasted barley, and some bittersweet chocolate. Quite interesting to say the least.

3.0 T: I have to evaluate the taste in the context of it being 9 years old. If this was fresh and thus the intended composition of the brewer, this would have to be evaluated differently. This is the earthiest beer I've ever drank. Dirt, mineral, mountain stream water dominate. Light soy sauce, molasses, and bitter chocolate. Pithy woodiness, moderate roastiness, and a light booziness. Interesting and not like much of anything I've had before.

4.5 M: Heavier medium body. Good carbonation, especially for a beer this old. Even a nice creaminess. Very good here.

3.5 D: For a beer that is almost a decade old, it's pretty good. I wouldn't want to drink this often, but I'm glad I had it. It's pretty tasty in a new type of way.

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Photo of jlindros
3.51/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

For International Stout Day, how about an international stout, a foreign Imperial Extra Double Stout, sounds epic. However, I also noticed the version imported here to U.S. is only 9% while BA lists at 10% so either it changed or they gave us the weaker version.... oh well.

2008 vintage on this puppy.

it pours out like thick black coffee, and reveals a huge fluffy head of 2 fingers, dark chocolate colored, fades slowly with lots of lacing that just coats the glass itself, over an essentially pitch black beer with no real light coming through.

Unfortunately nose starts with an infection set in, which is interesting as there was no infection appearance. A light sour tangy aroma, but behind that is a nice stout, a light acrid roast, bit of cocoa, fluffy nougat and caramel candy aromas, the chocolate caramel candies like milk duds, a hint of earthy malts and a touch of dark chocolate. The tangy infection fades very quickly luckily.

Taste doesn't really have any infection flavor, maybe just a hint in the background luckily. it does start with fluffy airy chocolate, a weird light bitter but slightly milky chocolate that's hard to really explain, with tons of caramel as well, and some fluffy nougat, adding just a touch of nutty flavor in the back makes this a combination of almost every candy bar out there, with much less sweetness thankfully. It brings just a touch of roast and acrid flavor but very little. It does bring some bitterness, but I think more from the charred roasty malt flavors, although a little earthy hop kick as well. It has that foreign extra stout like bitterness and earthiness which is unique and is that flavor I get an itch for from time to time. The chocolate flavor turns more towards baker's or dark chocolate as it goes, and fairly rich at the same time. Finish is like melted baker's chocolate, slightly creamy and thick, coats the mouth well with more bitterness and stoutness, little caramel and chewy malt like flavors, and a long bitterness that turns slightly salty even.

Mouth is fuller bodied, rich and thick with lots of carbonation that is infused well to give it a fluffy feel.

Overall pretty good. Other than that slight infection set in on the aroma it's nice. Good candy bar flavors without the sweetness, nice chocolate characters that change as the beer moves along, quite a bit of nice stoutness and bitterness throughout. Long finish as well.

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Photo of FlyAwayPhil
3.62/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A - Pours a pitch black with a copper/chocolate-y head. There is some slight carbonation, but not very much.

S - Smells almost like a sour stout. I initially thought there would be a slight tang to the taste from my initial smell.

T - Malty coffee-ness and dates with a bitter chocolate finish

M - Light initially like a sour stout, but quickly becomes heavier and finishes likes a true imperial Russian stout.

O - This an an interesting beer and a good example of the style. Its initial smell lead me to believe it might have more sour characteristics, but it might be because lately I've been drinking so much sour beer. Nonetheless, the taste and mouth-feel were very pleasant and something I would drink again and recommend to friends. The cap said 2009, so I'm not sure how much the age of the beer affected it.

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Photo of JudgeRoughneck
5/5  rDev +45.8%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

2008 Vintage Sampled August 29 2012.

Appearance- Jet back with a copper-colored head with a texture like velour. It only gives a thin surface cap but hangs around the edges of the glass waiting to reclaim thick legs that take entire minutes to fall. Opaque.

Aroma- sweet dried fruit, very vinous, suggestive of a brett character... getting chills and visitations from memories of thomas hardys. Flowery, earthy, leathery. Center of the aroma is well-fermented molasses, sour cherrys, faint metallic odor, baking bread, hint of ash, ..definitely some funk running up in here. I could smell this forever.

Flavor- Wow. Where to start? A little sour as anticipated, but grounded in a deep, rich, dark syrupy malt base with peppery alcohol dropping the bottom out for a roasty finish. Flavors and sensations pass in waves. Notes of baked apple and fig. Just bitter enough. Lovely fennel/ caraway dimension. Candied plum coming out with warmth. Chocolate-covered strawberries. At times begins to impersonate a well-aged fruit forward / jammy red wine. Hey rides into the sinuses. A little nut and mocha coming out in the finish. Amazingly the classic stout points of roast, chocolate, coffee, etc are basically the last thing I notice when drinking this beer. That stuff is really mellow and there is just so much else going on.

Mouthfeel - This beer makes love to my mouth. It is velvety, creamy, heavy, smooth, fluffy, oily, full-bodied, all at the same time. Carbonation is on the low side but certainly present even at this age. There is virtually nothing bracing going on at all. Smooth all the way down. Sourness and alcohol only tease the palate and tickle the senses making me want to keep this beer in my mouth as long as possible.

Overall - I don't know what to say. My mind is totally blown. I feel guilty I opened this without other people around. Why does nobody talk about this beer? It is literally the awesomest thing I have drank in my life. Why does this beer not have a higher score? Fine by me, I'll be buying it up every chance I get.

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Photo of bonkers
3.68/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I was very lucky to get this in Secret Santa '11, 2001 vintage, poured at cellar temp. The cork was on the dry side, but this is an 11 year old beer. It pours with a very slight head. The color is jet black. The aroma has notes of cherries, coffee, wood, chocolate. There definitely is a sour note to the beer, it rounds out with coffee and chocolate. It is very smooth, very low carbonation, 9% abv not noticeable. This is the oldest brew I have ever tried, and it has held up quite well. A little different take on a RIS, but very enjoyable.

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Photo of harrymel
1.15/5  rDev -66.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 1 | taste: 1 | feel: 1 | overall: 1

Vintage 2008, ABV 9%, 9.3oz Crowned bottle

Pours black with profound three fingers of mocha foam, this falls slowly, to a regenerative quilt of the same. Initial smell is like lacto and butterscotch. Hard to get past these two characteristics. The flavor is of leather, burnt beef, chokecherries and tobacco. Really nasty. Thin for the style with insane carb feel (although not a gusher) for the style. dry finish. Not sure how this beer earned all these medals indicated on its label, because this beer is shite.

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Photo of rangerred
3.83/5  rDev +11.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2008 vintage. 9.3 oz bottle poured into a snifter. 9% abv.

Appearance is pitch black with a decent one finger dark brown head. Decent retention for a beer of this strength.

Quite a bit of cherry in the nose along with wood, dark cocoa, and red wine. Almost a slight sour, lambic smell to it.

Taste has a lot of cherry at first along with some other dark fruit. This then leads to a sweet, almost milk chocolate flavor along with some roastiness. There is a light tartness on the tip of the tongue along with a strong warmth from the alcohol. Mouthfeel is very slick and finishes quite sticky.

I'm sort of torn on this beer. There are many complex flavors but the whole package seems a bit overwhelming. The alcohol is more present than the 9% would lead one to believe and the sweetness comes close to being cloying. Not sure I would get it again but I'm glad I tried it.

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Le Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout from Harvey & Son Ltd.
3.43 out of 5 based on 479 ratings.
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