AVERAGE SCORE 11


Reviewed by Nurgle 8/16/2007

COLOR BEFORE WATER 1/10
An ugly, clear, artificial, fluorescent light green color.

LOUCHE ACTION 0/10
No louche whatsoever.

COLOR AFTER WATER 0/10
It remains as clear as before, completely transparent.

AROMA 4/30
Before water: Very prominent alcohol, a nasty chemical smell, yet fresh and a bit minty.

After water: The aromas (if one can call them like that) become a bit more prominent but basically remain as uninteresting as before. An artificial minty flavour mixed with alcohol invades the nostrils.

MOUTH-FEEL 2/10
The alcohol has a bad taste and immediately numbs the tongue. Fresh, minty, a slightly bitter taste appears to remain in the end. The chemical taste prevails however. Yuk.

TASTE 3/20
Terrible. The alcohol is very prominent (to be expected), mixed with an unpleasant chemical taste, perhaps in a failed attempt to be considered as herbal. Its fresh, minty taste is about the only reason why I still give it a few points.

OVERALL IMPRESSION 1/10
The alcohol is much too prominent and the unnatural, artificial taste prevails. Apart from that, it has a fresh, minty taste which quickly disappears to reveal a (very slight) bitterness. To be avoided…

PERSONAL NOTES
Brought back from Spain in a special box with the four other Le Diables (Vert, Jaune, Bleu, Noir), each a 4 cl bottle, for almost no money.

Nurgle scores Le Diable Vert (70%) 11 out of 100