Fantôme Vertignasse

Of all the Fantôme bees I’ve drunk over the years, I suppose that one would say that this is the most quintessential given that it’s utterly mad.

Grass green pour, it resembles a grass based smoothie.

Carbonation is decent, and there is a obviously really interesting look about this beer. I read a few reviews that said the carbonation is poor. Not here, and that’s just probably a function of the nutty business associated with Fantôme “quality control”!

Nose doesn’t give away much other than the potential for some tartness.

Surprisingly, the beer is not tart at all, in fact to me, it feels a little sweet. Almost like a lemonade shandy type feel. The funky tartness is very subdued, almost disappointingly so.

The beer feels EXTREMELY clean and drinkability is off the charts. Light lemon keeps coming through and the beer is incredibly refreshing. As the bottle drinks there is competition for the tart and sweet elements, and the acidity cuts in a bit more, but the beer remains largely sweet with a very stratifying light, fresh lemon touch.

Again, and extraordinary beer from an extraordinary person. Dany is “mad” from what I can tell and all that I’ve heard, or at least that’s the word, and there’s nothing about this beer to suggest that myth is not true.

 

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07/16/2017
Format:
bottle
ABV: 4.5 %
Appearance: 4.0
Taste: 5.0
Mouthfeel: 5.0
Smell: 3.5
Overall: 4.5
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