|Paulaner Salvator, at 7.9% alcohol, "is the highest-selling double bock beer in Germany...dark, full-bodied, and strong, and wonderfully malty in flavour and aroma-a perfectly balanced, round, quaffable stout specialty."|
|Reviewed by||Jay Theriot|
|Review||Paulaner Salvator has a thin, off-white head and a very hazy, orange-amber appearance, with a good amount of bubbles streaming up, but not much lacing. Aroma is heavily citrus and some malt (no hops), and the taste is also strongly malty and somewhat citrus, but the hop profile is at a minimum. Alcohol is detected across the sip. This is a heavy, rich, and bold flavor. Mouthfeel is solid and thick, and Paulaner Salvator finishes harsh and interesting. Drinakiblity is low with this, but it's a good sipper. I liked this and rate it 3 stars (very fine).
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