This popular Belgian dubbel pours reddish-brown and hazy with a stiff, russet head. The nose displays rich, fruity fig and raisin notes, alongside a healthy dose of alcohol and a touch of spice from the Belgian yeast. Its flavor is sweet throughout with buttery caramel up front and healthy doses of fruit flavors in the end, including raisins, black cherries, and plums. To temper the sweetness, the beer offers moderate hop bitterness on the sides of the mouth, aided by fine bubbles that have a slight bite to them. The beer is chewy and full-bodied with mild alcohol warmth and long-lasting fruity flavors.