Style: Sweet Stout

ABV: 5.6

Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 20
Mouthfeel: 4

Tree House Brewing Company That’s What She Said

What the brewers say

“Roasty, Chocolaty, Coffee, Smooth. It is absolutely loaded with flavor for a 5.6 percent drink, and the residual sugar greases your palate just enough to want to drink this forever.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Medium chocolate with a light rye note and heavy sweet oats. No alcohol. Lots of dark chocolate notes and slight burnt sugar. Light caramel. A bit of vanilla. There is a sweet creaminess and a nice roasty character.”

Flavor: “Dark chocolate, caramel, and vanilla. Holy sweetness! This reminds me very much of chocolate fondue. Medium roast notes toward the end of the sip. Aftertaste is very sweet and almost cloying with notes of mango and cantaloupe. Rich pipe tobacco and sweetness supported by dark chocolate and cherry tones. Medium dry mouthfeel through the finish, once the initial sweetness subsides.”

Overall: “Good—very sweet and rich with high chocolate, high fruit, cherry. Light roast complements the sweet chocolate. Rich, complex, and well-blended. The interweaving tobacco and chocolate/cherry notes play very nicely together.”



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