I woke up today with two bombers of this and opened one just a moment ago. Flavorwise, this reminds me of a mead with a Belgian kick to it. The color is nice and had excellent lacing. The honey and jaggery are the stars in this brew, so be prepared for that. The esters that come off of it are quite intense. I've been told it has a touch of diacetyl by one person who's tasted it. That's likely due to no cooler during the fermentation. The only noticeable difference between this bottle and the others before it is the clarity. It's now crystal clear and gorgeous. It's also incredibly sweet.
If i were to redo this: 90% pilsner, less honey, no jaggery, low alpha hops, and ferment about 10-15 degrees cooler.
All things considered; it's still a damn fine brew with character.
Primary: Highway 35 Scotch Ale (Highway 78 clone), second runnings small beer
Bottled: Pitch Black Sheep IPA, Juniper Fail/Ale
Kegged: Apollo Pale Ale, South River Brown