That’s actually about all I can tell you about this beer. It’s nearly 6% alcohol and there is a lot of coffee character going on here—is it caffeinated, perhaps?
Appearance: Nice and black; when I held it to the light, there’s a bit of cola brown at the edges. Head was brown and broke down relatively quickly.
Smell: Black roasted malts and dry-roasted coffee… a hint of smoke; oily.
Taste: Nicely dry and bitter with a creamy "coffee syrup" kind of thing going on. Pleasant and drinkable, a solid dry stout.
Mouthfeel: Firm and dry, fairly smooth. Not too chewy but a nice presence.
Overall: Solid, back-to-basics stout. The coffee adds a nice character.