This nitro pours a deep dark brown color with a creamy tan colored head with great retention. The aroma on this is raisin, dried fruit and a slight coffee and chocolate in the background. The first sip starts off with a solid smoothness from the nitro with flavors of coffee and milk chocolate in the front. The middle goes seamlessly to a milk caramel middle that hangs out until the end. The finish is a beautiful combination of dried fruit and raisin with the caramel middle. The mouthfeel on this one is smooth, creamy and medium bodied. It has a nice mix of bitter/sweet with it’s mildly sweet start that ends on a light medium bitter note. Overall, they did an amazing job on making this Russian imperial stout on nitro. These flavors mixed with the creamy velvety feel was mouthwatering! With that being said they masked the ABV very well... this could be dangerous! This one is worth your while to seek out.