The aroma comes off a little dry and chocolaty.
The color is a very deep amber to not quite black color. The light comes through giving it a nice appearance. The SRM is between 32 and 35.
The taste starts out flat on the mouth with a dry maltiness that fades into the back of the mouth to be lost.
Overall, this beer starts out very nicely. The mild finish could make this beer a great session beer for some, but the lack of character doesn’t impress me for what I expect in a porter. The ABV is 6.4%.