In a blind tasting by trained experts, this beer rated

98

The Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa

“Fruit is bright and strong, perhaps dominating the wild notes. Dry finish lets the fruit come through without cloying. Tannins aren’t overly strong and add structure. Initial impression is sharp acidity, but this gives way to a smooth fruit backbone and moderate Brett lemon-zest notes. Cherry notes with a generous serving of tannins and leather make for a delightfully complex palate.”

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In a blind tasting by trained experts, this beer rated

98

The Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa

“Fruit is bright and strong, perhaps dominating the wild notes. Dry finish lets the fruit come through without cloying. Tannins aren’t overly strong and add structure. Initial impression is sharp acidity, but this gives way to a smooth fruit backbone and moderate Brett lemon-zest notes. Cherry notes with a generous serving of tannins and leather make for a delightfully complex palate.”

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In a blind tasting by trained experts, this beer rated

98

The Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa

“Fruit is bright and strong, perhaps dominating the wild notes. Dry finish lets the fruit come through without cloying. Tannins aren’t overly strong and add structure. Initial impression is sharp acidity, but this gives way to a smooth fruit backbone and moderate Brett lemon-zest notes. Cherry notes with a generous serving of tannins and leather make for a delightfully complex palate.”

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