A wee nip of the good stuff for Robert Burns Day.
This dark red-mahogany ale with a beige rim is advertised as ale flavoured with corriander and that is exactly what it is. A big malty brown ale with a load of straight corriander seed flavour. In the malt there is dry fruit like fig and date which works very well with the spice, not Christmas cake, as it is slightly removed from rummy, so much as a flavour you would not be surprised being introduced to as part of a curry - perhaps a chuntey of a beer. It is very full of prune and spice on the nose, bready in the yeast.