Again ... bright, shiny gold
The smell seems to me to be something youthful. Rust dust, cold steel. Then comes a beer-like note. Reminds me brutally of corona with a lime in the top of his neck inside. Dry wood. In addition fresh, green apple and Ahoi shower with artificial raspberry taste. In the background fresh grass, also honey and vanilla.
Soft, sweet start. Correct sugary. But then subtly ginger. Very fresh. Apple Cider Vinegar. Bitter nut flavors. Then the honey comes back. Some peach and some citrus notes. Immature gooseberries. The second sip, more malt and pepper. When it comes to flavor, the Ahoibrause tends towards Waldmeister.
Medium. First sweet, then neat bitterness. When that gives way, the honey comes back. Strangely, it ends up with raisins and chocolate.