Mamouche by Brasserie Cantillion
Poured a hazy gold with a fair amount of head that rapidly dissipated to a wispy bright white. Aroma is complex and difficult to describe past classic Belgium Lambic. First reaction is, tart! Once your palate adjusts it’s quite juicy with a good amount of bitterness with a lingering sweet, tartness. Despite using words like sweet and juicy it is dry and unlike most lambics it is not brewed with fruit but with elder flowers.