The pour was a hazy golden blonde yellow with an average white fizzy head that diminished at a steady pace, down to a thin film with fair runny lacing.
The aroma was of a light grain malt, floral and herbal hops and a funky/musty Belgian yeast with notes citrus (lemon and orange), peach, a hint of oak and a mild tartness.
The taste was lightly sweet with a decent citrus presence which was apparent throughout, with the finish becoming a tad hoppy and fruity with a hint of spice and a mild woody taste towards the end. The flavor lasted a nice long while after the swallow, with a nice and lightly bitter yet fruity taste left to linger on the taste buds.
Mouthfeel was well past light in body yet not quite near medium with a mildly dry texture and a strong medium carbonation.
Overall this was a very nice Saison with a good mix of fruit, hops and just a hint of spice right at the end, making this a very enjoyable dinking experience...