"This spectacular beer is like Aventinus, but more so. Of course, as a true eisbock it is derived from Aventinus by freezing it, then removing the ice. This leaves a maltier more alcoholic beer. The aroma is huge with the normal malty, clove, and banana esters but also with the warming alcohols of rotting or overripe fruit. Like Aventinus this beer is quite bubbly but the thick body hides this a bit more here. On the palate there's more of the great malty caramelly sweetness, more banana, cloves, cocoa, nuts. The finish lasts forever and has some dry fruit notes not found in Aventinus."
--Alan J. Moum,
Oxford Bottled Beer Database