330ml bottle from Beer52.com (£0.37):
Very fresh & fruity, this one was quite a refreshing & lively beer that went down much better than expected from Mondo. The beer was a juicy one to start with some nice floral bitterness & the odd touch of resinous pine too, although I was a little disappointed by the nose which I found to be a little light at times. Things definitely improved with the taste & it was more pronounced here with the same floral bitterness alongside a nice combination to tropical fruits & citrus, the peach & apricot seemingly to strongest of the bunch. It's a nice beer that I definitely enjoyed & one that I wouldn't mind picking up again if I manage to stumble across it at some point in the future.
On tap. Poured out a cloudy, golden orange color with a small, off-white head of foam. It smelled fruity with notes of caramel and grasses. Odd bitterness - not a hoppy bitterness. Sweet toffee and a hint of citrus.