Reviews about Chimay Azul

Abbaye de Chimay (Beer)

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  • Cerveza Chimay Azul

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    • 4 /5
    Dark color, opens with aromas of toast and special malt, presenting a broad and persistent flavor, rather sweet.
    Chimay Blue goes well with beef (steak, stew), meat big game (wild boar, deer), foie gras and, of course, the cheese from Chimay.
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  • Chimay Blue

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    • 5 /5
  • Chimay Bleue

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    • 4 /5
    But where to start when you want to talk about Chimay Bleue? Chimay Blue is the largest and most complex of the Trappist Abbey of Our Lady of beers Scourmont It offers a bouquet of spices and a fruity nose characteristic of Chimay. In the mouth, it provides a long bitterness and translated...
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  • Chimay Blue Cap

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    • 4 /5
    The Chimay Brewery was founded in 1862 in the Abbey of Scourmont Chimay in Belgium. Beer Chimay Blue, like other Trappist beers are fermented in the bottle, is not pasteurized. Named Grande Réserve, it stands out with its dark and strong character. It has a fragrance of fresh yeast with floral...
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  • Chimay Azul

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    • 4 /5
    Style: Trappist Abbey. Taste: Intense roasted malt flavor, sweet fruits such as plum or pear and ends with a bitter taste. Color: Dark brown. Foam: From beige color is creamy and lasting
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  • Chimay Azul

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    • 4 /5
    Very dark garnet color. Its flavor is sweet and slightly caramelized at first to leave a bitter hops and malt. Its aroma is intense yeasty with a hint of roses. The foam is very dense, which makes its main feature. From an almost yellowish cloudy white, forms a perfect crown nearly two inches if...
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