Belgian Aromatic

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  • “My last sample from Malt Tea! Of course I'm going to be placing an order there very soon (how did I miss seeing the chocolate one the first time?!), but I wanted to make my way through the samples...” Read full tasting note
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Belgian aromatic is a mildly kilned barley malt that will add a strong malt aroma and deep color when used.

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My last sample from Malt Tea! Of course I’m going to be placing an order there very soon (how did I miss seeing the chocolate one the first time?!), but I wanted to make my way through the samples before picking what I was going to order.

This smells pretty much identical to the Crystal Malt 60—sweet, honey-like, with a hint of malty goodness. The taste, though, is surprisingly different! It’s still got that honey sweetness and a soft richness, but it’s much… thicker. Not in consistency, but in flavor, it just feels fuller and bolder. There’s a really interesting creamy aspect, both in taste and texture, and also a bit of a tang. In fact, it brings to mind buttermilk! This is definitely a savory tea, even with the maltiness bringing to mind candy. It’s way more complex than the 60 Malt and I LOVE it (though not as much as the 120). Definitely picking up some of this!

Azzrian

I need to have some of the chocolate one tonight!

Alphakitty

I didn’t get the chocolate in my sampler, so I’ll pick up some bags when I place an order! Usually I don’t like teabags but theirs are so convenient for quick cold brews plus they don’t really need to expand a ton like tea leaves.

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