Oak lagered tripel celebrating the 120th birthday of the brewery; comes in special luxury bottles with cork, muselet and hangtag. Thick and sticky, snow white, dense head leaving quite some lacing, colour deep ’old gold’, clear with lively sparkles supporting the head. Malty and fruity aroma of gooseberries, melon, banana, grassy hops, lemon peel, vanilla-like tannins, calvados, field flowers, nutmeg, orange peel, gin, white pepper, honey, passion fruit. Fruity taste, sweetish, apple peel and orange, some banana, sharpish, sourish carbonation, soft malt sweet background, a bit honeyish, drying carbonation, coriander, leading to a long and dry finish of peppery, flowery and leafy hop bitterness, lingering malt sweetness, a citrus-like acidity, a (too) faint accent of sweetish woody tannins and somewhat astringent, ’jenever’-like alcohol. Apart from Petrus Aged Pale, this brewery has never astonished me with greatness.