This triple is refermented in the bottle, only good to drink after a few months aging,
which is done at the brewery, and ready to be aged for up to 20 years.
As most good triples, the color tends to be paler, in this case amber, with good head retention. Of course you taste the alcohol, but this is well complimented with a very complex aroma and mouth feeling.
Round, malty, not very bitter (hoppy), slightly sweet (depending on age) balanced with fruity hints on the tongue. Lasting taste.
A warming beer, a dessert on its own. Such triples were reserved for the Abbots and the Bishops, and on special Holy days the rest of the Abbey could feast as well on this delicious drink of the Gods