Lindemans Pêche

Additional notes 05/20/24 (pictured)

Along with the strawberry and apple, the peach is one of the three Lindemans fruit lambics that work poorest IMO. It’s not too sweet, but it’s just a bit bland. You need the tartness of the blackcurrant, cherry and raspberry to pull these off, and this just feels too light. Not offensive, but just blah.


Original notes 11/06/04

A pale orange/pink pour with a head that disappears pretty quickly. Unlike the Cassis, this looks like beer with the pale orange look of a lager.

The aroma and initial tastes are very fruity, but in a wine cooler type way. Very sweet initially that drops off. Even though there is a distinct fruit flavor, it’s not especially “peachy”. It reminds my of cheap champagne or a desert wine with some apples thrown in.

This is a very light drink, good for non-serious summer consumption, but not really my cup of tea. The cassis is much more tart and has a much much more “beery” taste and finish. I won’t be rushing back to this one.

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11/06/2004
Format:
bottle
ABV: 4.00 %
Appearance: 3
Taste: 3.5
Mouthfeel: 2.5
Smell: 3.5
Overall: 2.5
Total: 3.18
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