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What does it even mean ?

One of the greatest environmental nomenclatural (big word alert) failures is the misnaming of the mandrill. And who do we have to thank? Well, Disney of course. And I suppose you could argue that although Disney got the naming wrong at least they immortalized the physical form of a mandrill. But is that enough to vindicate them? Well, perhaps if it wasn’t the only failure. The other being how bloody nice Rafiki is. I’m not sure if any of you have ever seen videos of mandrills, or even worse, seen one in real life, they’re terrifying. A real mandrill wouldn’t have time to baptize a lion cub king, a real mandrill would murder that lion cub and anything trying to protect it.

What you need to know though

A range of roasted and caramelized malts come together to create a rich, robust imperial stout base. 18 months of maturation in barrels contribute nuanced notes of charred oak and gentle bourbon warmth. The rich nuttiness of peanut butter, the velvety sweetness of maple syrup and the comforting familiarity of waffles impart a nostalgic breakfast charm.
Deep ebony in color, thick and luxuriously smooth, rich caramel and chocolate malt sweetness balanced by a robust coffee-like bitterness and a gentle bourbon warmth. Aromas of toffee, maple, vanilla and oak with a delightful nuttiness and hint of buttery dough.

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