Peche Mortel

Never before have I opened a regular sized beer bottle (341 ml to be precise) and been so blown away by it’s contents. Dieu de Ciel is a French Canadian brewery, with a microbrewery and pub in Montreal. They have a very wide range of creations that I am sure will make their own appearances here once we all as a collective try to taste-test them all.

Peche Mortel (Mortal Sin) is an immense beverage, delivering a real whollop of flavour. It is a very dense, strong stout with very bold roasted aroma. There is very little carbonation, but produces a thick, foamy dark head that lingers for the entire duration. The flavour is rich with flavours of coffee, caramel, hzaelnuts and wheat, but overall is incredibly complex and twists around the pallet; much like the serpent around the madam on the label.

Would go perfectly well with, you might have guessed it, a pork or beef roast (which was perhaps marinated in the beer itself?) 4 Heads.

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