This aged stout pours a thick black with a thin tan head that leaves behind a small amount of lacing. The aroma is quite complex with raspberry very apparent and caramel and roasted malts to balance. It also has some sweetness with molasses and chocolate, then you get a light lemon zest in the background. The flavor starts with a bright sweet raspberry character upfront that transitions to a toasty middle with hints of roast malt. The malt flows into a lemon zest that brings out a very nice chocolate finish. While the flavor additions made for a new and interesting beer, the original Dragon’s Milk is hard to top. This has a bit of a syrup feel with its thicker body and lower carbonation. At first glance you definitely want to question the lemon addition, but it does add some depth. The lemon zest on the finish pairs so well with the chocolate and brings out a really nice balance on the finish that could be otherwise boring.