Poured clear with an inch of tan, frothy foam. Retention is rather good with lacing beginning from get go. Lacing is very sticky.
Aroma is sweet and fruity. A lot of the sweetness seems to stem from the fruits, not tropical though. Definitely different and interesting. I guess the Jaggery is a good place to look to for the sweetness that it imparted on the aroma. Floral notes are also present.
Taste is lots of sweetness up front from caramel malt. Some bitterness in the middle to end with it lasting into the aftertaste. Spice, grassy, and floral hops are all intertwined in the hop profile. The sweet from the aroma and the fruit aren't lost but more subdued in the mouth.
Lot of carbonation tingles on the tip of the tongue but mellows as it reaches your throat. Based on the color expectations were set for heavier beer: light, maybe heavy end of light mouth feel.
I might be biased towards Flossmoor as I try to go there often and get all of their special releases. I haven't been disappointed and Mick Jaggery continues that streak. Regretfully I only had one. Enjoy!