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#4 Review by PaulCardom from Stittsville, Ontario, Canada
Score: 1.7 | Aroma 5 | Appearance 3 | Mouthfeel 3 | Flavor 3 | Overall 3 |
A wretched draught honey brown that Labatt hoisted on unsuspecting Canadian beer drinkers in 2004. A clear honey-brown beer with very little aroma or flavour. Par for the course for Labatt...a honey beer should have honey!
6/6/2011 11:04:33 AM |
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#3 Review by biegaman from Toronto, Canada
Score: 2.1 | Aroma 6 | Appearance 3 | Mouthfeel 4 | Flavor 3 | Overall 5 |
No head, lacing, or aroma. Not much colour even! Really nothing substancial to review. Likewise, luckilly, nothing too offensive to review. It seems to narrowly avoid the swill/low quality (consistent with Labatts) for the most part. Not entirely though. Some sweet note that finds its way through, I assume that's meant to be the 'honey'. Served ice cold it adds a little drop of flavour. Not awful, nowhere close to the worst, but still bad.
7/13/2006 10:16:14 PM |
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#2 Review by myke from T-dot, Canada
Score: 2.8 | Aroma 8 | Appearance 2 | Mouthfeel 6 | Flavor 6 | Overall 6 |
'Bout what I expected for a Labatt product. No discernable aroma w/ a great brown colour that gives way to red in certain light. Average and watery. There isn't anymore to say.
12/24/2005 9:52:04 PM |
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#1 Review by Chopz from Cantley, Canada
Score: 2.2 | Aroma 4 | Appearance 3 | Mouthfeel 4 | Flavor 5 | Overall 6 |
This brew is part of their John Labatt series (which is suppose to be slightly higher in quality) just like their Classic. This one only comes in a keg, and was sampled at McLaren's pool bar on Elgin street in Ottawa, Ontario. It poured an amber clean colour with a short lived head, and some lace. The aroma was not too pleasant, like a bad water stench. It also smelt alcohol. The taste was not so bad thought. It had a good balance between sweet and bitter with slight fruit in it. The finish was of corn. The mouthfeel was almost flat, not much carbonation. It seems Labatt was going for a swill market and to make them feel more beer intelligent. An o.k. product for Labatt, but still prefer their porter.
4/11/2005 10:09:47 PM |
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