Can purchased at Flight Bottle Shoppe. Date on can of 06/29/20.
Pours cloudy with a finger of white foam. Some but not much lacing with little lacing.
Aroma of pineapple, pine, orange, and mango. The tropical fruit vibe is big, immediately.
Taste is tropical fruit goodness. Mango and orange are fantastic. Pineapple comes in late to linger with a light bitterness.
Medium body with the same carbonation. Juicy tropical before it dries late. Lingering green hop and bitterness.
The tropical nose and flavor is outstanding. Top notch. There is a lingering bitterness that could be a mix of green hop burn that slightly detracts from the overall enjoyment; fly on a rhinos ass by comparison. Enjoy!
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