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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by amhatfield3, Jan 2, 2013.
Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break.
Drank 2011 Black Xantus and 2012 GI BCBCS yesterday.
While Black Xantus was good, BCBCS was exceptional - if you want the big coffee notes, drink them fresh as the coffee tends to fade over time.......
A young BCBS is definitely a good choice for strong coffee notes, although the bourbon wins out in the end.
FBS is a good choice, and I have to 2nd the BBC Coffeehouse Porter recommendation. I have not had the Espresso Oak-Aged Yeti, but the chocolate yeti has some good coffee notes so I have to imagine the Espresso version is grand.
If you can still find it, Two Brothers Red Eye Coffee Porter was like drinking a great cup of coffee with a bit of beer added into it. It was part of their retro release series and debuted in April last year, but I've seen bottles here and there still. I have a few in my beer fridge and it has aged nicely so far.