From the website:
The Chimay Blue Cap, “baptized’
“Grande Reserve” in 750 ml bottles is a dark Trappist beer with a powerful aroma, the complex flavour of which improves across the years. It was first brewed as a Christmas beer, explaining the presence of a “vintage”.
This authentic Belgian beer, whose tinge of fresh yeast is associated with a light rosy flowery touch, is particularly pleasant. Its aroma, perceived as one enjoys it, only accents the delightful sensations revealed by the odour, all revealing a light but agreeable caramelized note.
Donnie: What color is that? Kinda red?
Alec: It’s cloudy.
Josh: I like that it’s cloudy.
Ian: It smells like sangria.
Donnie: It really does smell like a wine.
Ian: It doesn’t smell like it’s going to taste good.
Vince: It’s not good.
Josh: Oh, it smells so nice!
Vince: Not good, not good at all.
Ian: This has got to be the worst one I’ve ever tasted.
Josh: You don’t like it?
Ian: Have you tried it?
Josh: Yeah we had it the other night.
Ian: And you were….why?
Donnie: I really like it.
Ian: You like everything.
Vince: This is way too sweet.
Ian: This is something my mom would drink. It’s really fruity.
Vince: It’s so fruity and sweet it’s disgusting.
Alec: Super sweet.
Donnie: It tastes like someone spilled a Merlot into my Yuengling.
Ana: Tastes like molasses.
Ian: It has a sweet tendency to it, but also a bite.
Donnie: Kinda like Elvis Presley.
Ana: Like box wine mixed with Sierra Nevada.
Donnie: It’s got a great aftertaste.
Vince: Some of it came out of my nose. I need some more of that milk stout, to get rid of all this butt taste. I don’t like this at all.
Later after some deep soul searching…
Vince: I would drink two of these, I will agree on that.
Vince: From Scourmont Abbey, and seasoned with monk piss.
Ian: It has a great aftertaste.
Vince: We should drink this in between beers.
Alec: This is why monks are so peaceful.
Ana: Yeah, they’re buzzed constantly.
Ian: My mouth feels amazing.
Vince: If you were three or four beers in, this would probably be pretty good.
Ian: Because you could just down it. It’d be dangerous.