92pointsThe Bruery-Terreux

Inspired by a cherry-filled chocolate cordial candy, and made from a blend of The Bruery's Tart of Darkness and Black Tuesday bottlings, this is essentially a Bourbon barrel-aged sour stout aged with cacao nibs, cherry and vanilla. Quite simply, it oozes decadence in every way possible, from the bold chocolate-cherry-centric bouquet to the slick, almost chewy and sweet palate. A dense black color with virtually no head and minimal carbonation, it's warm and satisfying, with a slight tart-cherry and -berry pucker on the close that helps to lift the sip's overall heft and intensity. Despite the small bottle, be sure you have company to share this sweet treat with. Lauren Buzzeo

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  • Rating
    92
  • Alcohol
    16.5%
  • Bottle Size
    375 ml
  • Category
    American Strong Ale
  • Date Published
    12/31/2019
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