Left Hand Brewing Company in Longmont, Colorado. This beer is brewed with Lapsang Souchong tea. The label depicts a couple at a tea party, but the teapots are sinister looking and might be responsible for the tea splashing from each of their glasses. (tough to take a 2D pic from a 3D bottle, but you can see the lady in the picture below).
Label design is by Moxie Sozo and the artwork was done by Ramzy Masri. There's a little story that I'll let you read in the picture below. The bottled on stamp on the neck is seriously unreadable, but I think I see an "11" where the year might be, which makes sense.
Rich, malty, chocolaty, nutty aroma. Pretty nice. Herbal tea flavors over a thick, malty, sweet pancake syrup. Yep! That's how this beer rolls to start. Next, some seriously smoked caramel and some nuts. Smooth, medium-well body, not so good carbonation. This beer is kinda weird all around--it has this hearty, meaty, savory flavor/consistency that is not very appealing. That combined with icky, thick, sweet, smoky malt jumble and I am not digging this in the slightest. Sorry, I didn't finish all of big 22.
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