In a few words
The magic of secondary fermentation
Leffe Tripel is an authentic blond abbey beer full of character that experiences a secondary fermentation in the bottle due to the presence of yeast. Its flavour is robust and refined.
“This blond, top-fermented and naturally hazy abbey beer surprises on various levels. For one, the balance between the bitter and the sweet flavours is simply magnificent, as is its bouquet, which contains magical flavours such as banana, peach, ripe pineapple and a variety of spices, which subtly combine coriander and orange. To obtain an even more pronounced flavour, pour it into the glass at an angle, so as to mix in the sediment at the bottom of the bottle. If you prefer your beer sweeter and softer, don’t pour the entire contents into the glass.”
Strong and sophisticated, Leffe Tripel is a beer you take time to savour, like one would do with a good wine. It marries perfectly with seafood and shellfish, as well as more refined meals. Leffe Tripel contains 8.5% alcohol and is best served at 5-6°C in a beer chalice, which will allow all the flavours to come through.