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9.3% | 330ml
– September 15, 2020
Pretty good but felt it could have been smoother.
– September 14, 2020
– September 13, 2020
Bittersweet roasty chocolate.
– September 6, 2020
– September 4, 2020
– September 2, 2020
Rich as hell – lovely
– August 23, 2020
Gf says it tastes like the juice out of an olive jar. Well colour me olive then coz i like it 👌
– August 21, 2020
An aroma of bread and chocolate that reminds you of a rich pudding. Pours dark brown and sits black in the glass. You get a hit of the ABV at the start with a stewed fruitiness that gives you a rum and raisin style flavour. Then you get a heavy roasted coffee malt that leads you into silky smooth chocolate bitterness, with creamy notes of milk chocolate in the background and a slight spice from the rye. It then finishes on that rum n raisin fruitiness again. This is a rich, very complex, extremely smooth and drinkable baltic porter. Hands down the best porter I’ve ever drank, absolutely superb.
– July 5, 2020
– May 12, 2020
Strong porter, pours with a slight head. Smooth with black treacle notes.
– October 18, 2019
Preferred this to the Part from the same brewery. Silky smooth, sweet chocolate and slightly bitter, nice body
– June 7, 2019
– February 3, 2019
In my opinion it is much lighter than a British porter and does not have the same depth of flavour.
– January 17, 2019
Good flavours, nice drop.
– November 25, 2018
– November 7, 2018
Estonian darks are absolutely different level at the moment
– October 27, 2018
I would crawl over broken glass for Puhaste porters.
– October 21, 2018
– October 19, 2018
Rich, very sweet with the spice of the rye giving this extra character. Cocoa and coffee notes bring some bitterness to offset the strong alcohol flavour.
– October 11, 2018
Rich and silky smooth. I really enjoyed this
– August 19, 2018
Chocolate heavy perfection.
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A Baltic Porter from one of the Baltic states. It’s a variety that’s very high in alcohol, a sweet, robust porter, and this one is made by the Estonian Pühaste. Baltic Porter reflects both the mettle of original British Porters and the character of sweeter, highly alcoholic Russian Imperial Stouts. A mighty 9.3% ABV.