When brewed correctly, milk stouts produce a straight-up creamy, slightly sweet flavor with a hint of roast. Dark, thick and low-carbonated, typical tasting notes include coffee and chocolate, while the distinctive mouthfeel is evocative of whole milk, as its namesake implies.
Combined with the big, bold flavor of freshly harvested cherries, the result is a seamless balance of rich creaminess and lip-puckering tang. And what palate doesn’t crave the complementary notes of cream and acid? Can you say ‘pour me an aperitif’? Yes, please.
Pick up a few Cherry Crush liquidpods and let your taste buds relish the smooth elixir of a thick stout paired with a touch of tangy acidity.