Chokes on butter the way Mama Cass did ham.
Venus of Willendorf, nomadic Stone Age, circa 24,000 - 22,000 BCE
Appearance 3.6 / 5
|Color:||light buff brown|
Aroma 7.1 / 10
very dairy – milk, butter, whey, cream cheese... & barn-yard variety caramel
Mouthfeel 15 / 15
|Texture:||greasy to the touch; outrageously huge pacifier|
Flavor 41.7 / 50
unleashes caramel butter -> butterscotch -> malt -> dimly salted cocoa hit -> smoked vanilla chip lignifies into soft nutwood of Maracaibo (or has Java snuck into the mix?)
Quality 14.2 / 20
Butter the 1st & foremost ingredient listed, along with more dubious additives, including “cocoa powder” & “butterfat”, that any pedigree here becomes questionable. Suspiciously Java in its smoked quality but, if genuinely true to advertised origins, then properly handled & proportioned Maracaibo rivals Java A in withstanding dilution in milk. As is, flavors muted with poor spatial distribution - a baby rising up only to be hushed. A 55% Dark-Milk should deliver a louder bang.