I then proceeded to show it off to everyone I thought might be interested.
The first two reactions were ‘GROSS’ and the next was ‘YUM!’
So not everyone’s cup of tea.
Served best cold on a winters evening, preferably near a fire – such as I am doing right now at a bach we booked for Easter Weekend in the Marlborough Sounds.
Extremely drinkable – the malts blend well with the peanut butter; leaving a taste that isn’t too bitter and isn’t as offensive as you would think it would be when adding such an ingredient to a porter.
The after taste is minimal and definitely as the bottle self-describes “more-ish”, it is hard to describe where the Sujon Berries come in but they are definitely in there. I guess if I had to put words to it; it’s like someone made a peanut butter & jelly sandwich and put it in a blender with some dark malts. The result is a lot more desirable than that sounds.
Would go well with a steak, stew or hearty meat pie.
So sit back and relax in front of a comfortably warm fire, let this drops smooth undertones ease away any aches and pains.
Here is to Pics Peanut Butter.
Here is to the geniuses at McCashins.