500 mL Bottle. ABV 5.7%.
Appearance: veiled yellow orange, half a finger of eggshell white fizzy head, not much retention, collar remains, visible sediment on final pour,
Aroma: citrus (lemon, Pomelo), sweaty funk, pale stone fruit,
Mouthfeel: under medium body, very nice carbonation, dry finish, puckering acidity,
Flavour: citrus (lemon, Pomelo), pale stone fruit,
This one pours a very slightly hazy orange, with a very small head, and not much lacing.
This smells like funky but jammy peach, prickly funk, oak, and hay.
This is pretty funky, but the peach sweetness and light tartness tamp those flavors down a little bit. It's slightly prickly up front, but the peach smooths the finish out alot, with a tart and jammy finish.
This is light bodied, fairly crisp, with a lingering prickly acidity, and a decent level of drinkabiity. The carbonation level is a little bit low.
I wish the carb level was a bit better here, but the flavors are really tasty.
Body is a dull gold colour, unfiltered, and the pour is sizzling with carbonation that never has a chance to form a real head.
Fuzz peach is distinct on the nose, though the aroma is in the light side. Has candy-like sweetness. Strawberries come to mind too, and angel foodcake.
Effervescent and refreshing, with fine, champagne-like carbonation setting off fireworks, and a sweet-sour fruitiness bright on the palate. The flavour is more of peach candy than fresh juice, but it is more tart than sweet, and finishes puckering dry. Wouldn't say the taste is obviously peach, in a blind test you could be forgiven for thinking of apple or pear.
Although one-noted, it's exciting to drink and perks the palate. Acidity and sourness can stand up to strong food pairings, and could go well with curries or even fatty burgers. Enjoy!