Voll Damm Doble Malta Review
Golden amber in colour, found it to have quite a thin, white head once poured. The head soon vanished, which did give a little look of a flat drink, but bubbles at the bottom of the glass showed that not to be the case.
Brewed in Barcelona, Voll-Damm Doble Malta brewed by Grupo S A Damm who are better known for their popular Estrella Damm.
What’s In It
Water, barley malt 18%, rice, maize & hops.
Not too bad, the heaviness of the hops combined with the sweetness of the cereal, meaning there was no bitterness as such later on in the drink. Bitter in the beginning, smooth on the taste and slightly sweet.
- Can size: 330 ml
- Alcohol content: 7.2 %
- Alcohol units per bottle: xx
- Alcohol units per serving: xx
- Serving Size: xxx ml
Beer Enjoyment Score Total
On the nose, this has malty notes of caramel, honey and cereal, but doesn’t come across as sickly or too sweet. For the price, this works out in cans about £1.00 per litre (as at April 2018). One to have a couple of cans sat in the garden on a warm summers evening, after work. Unless you’re very much a 7% + beer type of guy, this could catch you out later on in the evening.
I’ve had better, but also had much worse, so this scores 6.5 out of 10 thanks to the strength and the price in the main.