Pure malt beer with no added sugar. All of its shades of flavour can be directly traced to the phenomenon of double fermentation, its precise dosage of malts (7 varieties) and the blending of three types of hop (Belgian, German and Czech). Its colour is a striking deep and majestic red. Its taste is rich and full of finesse. It drinks like a red wine which it resembles in colour, without the tannin. It develops a very powerful aroma with lingering traces of sweetness. The initial impression is confirmed from the first sip yet is also enveloped in a deep yet well-balanced bitterness and a certain fruitiness. On the palate it really comes into its own and develops an impressive density of flavour. A few notes of burning wood can be detected but never the roasted kind, even if it does contain some roasted malt in its composition. The aftertaste lingers on thanks to its dense and smooth development in the mouth. The alternate notes of bitterness and sugar (whilst containing none in its composition) play off against one another beautifully but end back-to-back with a wonderfully satisfying finish. This is a deep, mystical and extremely well developed beer which rates among the real grands crus of our terroir.