A very fresh, fruity aroma comes out of the glass first. Then comes a good dose of honey and caramel. From the background comes yeast and wheat. Has something that goes well in the direction of wheat beer. With some time in the glass, the colleague somehow "colder". Pletschge prevails. In addition, light fruit compote. Will also be floral. Very interesting ... with more time in the glass, it's more in the maritime direction. And the fruit is fermented. Light roasted aromas of toasted bread are added. As an acidic antipode, lemon breaks through.
Very soft, slightly spicy onset. Somewhat fresh and slightly metallic notes. Subtle sour, light berries. So in the direction of currant and gooseberry I would say. Also in the taste is this honey-caramel note. But not as clear as in the nose. The second sip makes it fuller. Apricot orange marmalade is spreading. And another pinch of pepper. What is more prevalent, is this fermented, musty note. Yeast dough follows.
Short to medium. First some bitterness. Then briefly flashes coffee. Before it ends fruity, creamy with a pinch of pepper.