Spiky carbonation hits the tongue first, along with a spicy Belgian yeast note. Then comes sharp hoppy bitterness on top of smooth pale malt and a soft fruitiness that is vaguely suggestive of melon and lime. Dry and quite delicate.
Very dry, grassy-hoppy and bitter. Leaves the gums tingling.
A cracker-dry, Duvel-esque Belgian blond that would make an ideal aperitif.