Nonna’s 6-9 were pretty comparable. 8 stood out of those. All had legs. Then 10 was probably best in straight up. In order I’d say: 8, 10, 9, 7, 6. The cuvée of all five was pretty incredible too. 9 was not as bright of a bottle as the one I had a month ago; much more Bernice-y saison, bright. Two Rustic caps that didn’t show their age.Posting something like this without notes should be a bannable offense.
Nice meeting you guys (except box_social). Look forward to future hangs, hit me up if you wanna do some skiing this winter or are beering in SF.
Damn you're good at thisNice meeting you guys (except box_social). Look forward to future hangs, hit me up if you wanna do some skiing this winter or are beering in SF.
I’d personally place them
8 - lighter body, crispy carb, more botanical, close to Variations on a Theme
> 6 - most complex by a hair, funk show, soft light but tight body- a little like soda, but still having a full SARA saison body
> 10 - 2nd most complex, very funky nose, lots of alternative spirit flavors vs. the others
> 9 - flatter, softer cohesion of flavors, stone fruit delicately comes through start to finish
> 7 - enjoyable, most like more recent Nonna’s/straight up saisons.