My literary muscles have been flexed thoroughly on the subject of food, but not so beverages. And yet I drink beverages every day. I am drinking beverages right now! (An overly sweet Chai tea and a glass of water, for the record.) Last week I decided to throw my hat into the wine/beer writing ring by taking notes upon sipping from various bottles. What follows are my tasting notes for the various beverages I tried. I hope you will find them as useful and insightful as my regular work here. I hope to make this a regular feature.
FLEMISH SOUR ALE
Tasting Notes: Good.
Tasting Notes: Pretty good.
CENTINE TOSCANA 2009
Tasting Notes: Nice.
That’s all for this week’s edition. Tune in next week for more wine and beer tasting notes!
6 thoughts on “Tasting Notes: Flemish Sour Ale, Delirium Tremens, Centine Toscana”
Adam, just like everything on the site, the detail and insight is unique, on point and might i even say amateurish (;) Ha!)
I used to love to drink Kriek when I was traveling in France and Belgium. If you liked the Flemish Ale you might enjoy that too.
This may be my favorite post yet.
These are my kind of tasting notes!