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Thursday
Aug292013

ROBINSONS OLD TOM CHOCOLATE 

Robinsons Old Tom with Chocolate. Apparently Old Tom is a well known strong ale. They decided to add a twist to it by collaborating with chocolatier Simon Dunn who decided to mess with it by adding cocoa.

I’ve tried beers with chocolate added before and some have been great. Surely when a professional chocolatier is involved it will be something special?

Dark amber, transparent, pours thin with a pretty pathetic head. Sweet artificial chocolate aroma.

Thin mouthfeel, sweet instant chocolate powder flavour that clashes with a sharp ethanol flavour. This is rubbish.

 

2/10

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