The beer pours amber and light brown in color. There is nearly an inch of off-white head. The aroma is as strongly of honey as any honey ale I have ever had. There is also caramel malt, and a bit of nuttiness. The taste is honey, honey, honey, and then toasted and roasted malt, nutty, with a bit of caramel. There is enough hops that the honey sweetness still comes to a mostly dry, and lightly bitter finish. The beer drinks easy with a tingling carbonation. This is a nice brown ale for those that like the taste of honey.