Today's beer comes in a 330mL clear bottle. It has 6.6% alcohol/vol. The bottle has a slightly unique shape to it, with the "Innis & Gunn" embossing. The beer claims to be oak aged, with hints of toffee, vanilla, and oak.
When opened, I certainly did smell the vanilla and oak. The toffee was a little harder to find. It poured a beautiful clear golden colour with a medium-sized white head. There were an average number of bubbles. The aroma had not changed much since opening the bottle, only getting weaker.
The first sip was pretty good. You certainly can taste the oak. This beer tasted a lot like scotch. There was very minimal sweetness to the beer, and I couldn't find any of the claimed toffee flavour. The beer had a fairly soft feel in the mouth. I found this beer to be pretty good. The scotch angle has me hooked. I would certainly look for this beer again.