Maker: New Holland, Holland, Michigan, USA.
Appearance: Cloudy gold with lots of floaties in the bottom of the glass.
Nose: Malt, sweet mango, plantain.
On the palate: Medium-bodied and a bit lively. Mildly fruity and soft with some bitterness on the tail end.
Finish: Banana, a bit of bitterness.
Parting words: Black Tulip is a pleasant enough beer. It’s tasty and well-balanced, with plenty of wheat character. It’s just not as interesting as I would expect for something at this price point. Black Tulip is mildly recommended.
2 thoughts on “Black Tulip Tripel Ale”
Nice Art Nouveau style label.
It is a great label.