otakuden (otakudensdram) wrote,

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Blonde ~ Red Brick

Appearance: light haze offers softness to freshly baked bread crusts, hay and straw. Voluminous bubbly head leaves a network of lace in its wake before settling into a blotchy meringue head. Swirls thick and lacy.

Nose: yowza. Bananas, tangerines, tropical smoothies. Doughy bready yeasty. Freshly cut green banans mingle with plantains. Refreshing. Oozes summertime in the tropics. Fresh bread crusts.

Palate: soft, airy, and quick – like a summer sea breeze carrying essence of coconuts, papaya, bananas, and oranges. Lightly dry bitter finish – citrus skins. Fresh, simple and delightful. Bread crusts mingles with pineapple and guava. Clean in the middle, frothy along the sides. Dew-dropped green grass. Coconut husks.

Final Thoughts: I’ve had very little experience with Red Brick and the one I did have was very underwhelming so I expected very little with the Blonde. Consider me pleasantly and tastefully surprised. Even now, an easy month later I can remember her like yesterday. May I have another, please and thank you.


(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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