Much the same as its sister beer, Two Rivers Noir in many respects.
After cracking the cap there is an intriguing foam that protrudes out of the top of the bottle, as if it is fermenting – it is bottle-conditioned. Poured head is that of a soda. Fizzy but disappeared entirely almost entirely. Slightly cloudy, rose or purple colored body. Label tells us this is 75% Malbec grape Saison and 25% Brettanomyces Table Saison.
Nose offers generic fruit. Mouthfeel is lively and quite fizzy.
Lots of fruity, soft notes here in the initial tastes, and the blend has quite a nice balance. There’s neither too much fruit nor too much Brett, and they blend and play well. A dry finish with some alcohol. The tannins kick in a bit in the back-end. Funk is balanced too.
For me the best of the Two River blends that I have had so far.