Have just added this beer to the Malmo list. May be mistaken in the Export category. But the flavor and body were much bolder than a typical American or English stout. In addition there is a strong coffee presence which further adds to the robust character o the beer. There is also a slight but noticebable sweetness that suggests more sweet/milk stoiut..but again the big flavor just stands out. The lesser ABV doesn't really lend itself to an imperial designation, but the beer in flavor, nose and to an extent the body are big enough to say it approaches imperial more than standard stout. After all that...it is a big delicious stout. Pours a beautiful full glass with a very respectable 2 finger head that slowly broke down to lacing. Nose was full of dark roasted malts, waves of espresso like aromas and some slight chocolate sweetness. Taste was a small powerhouse. Full of roasted malts and a decnt hop presence. Coffee is strong but does not dominate. Flavors are complex and again have a touch of sweetness that enhances but by no means is a major part of the flavor profile. NIce medium body that drank very easily. With this much flavor, such easy drinkability and the low ABV...it could become a "go to" everyday stout. Miss this already now that I am back in the States.