Pours a clear deep brown color with a hint of ruby red and a huge frothy tan head. The head needed time to settle before I could finish pouring the rest of the beer into the glass. Spotty lacing.
The aroma is on the lighter side, but I get nice roasted malts as well as a solid coffee scent.
The taste is big on the roasted malt with a chocolate flavor mingling with coffee. A slight sweetness on the palate. The aftertaste seems to hold the most flavors with the coffee coming in strong with a mild bitterness.
Medium body with medium carbonation. A slightly sweet sticky mouth feel, but at the same time somewhat watery for a stout.
Overall this is an enjoyable beer. Nice flavors, well balanced and very drinkable. This stout is relatively mellow in comparison to a lot of stouts that I have had, but makes it an easy drinking, satisfying beer on a cold winter night. Try one!