The beer full of contradictions, to break the clichés! The brewer has experimented for years between the Belgian and Moroccan culture in order to arrive at a distinctive and unique brew that is different from all other beers on the Belgian specialty beer market. This brew combines the best of both worlds, the age-old beer culture of Belgium with the complex and unique spices from Morocco in order to to develop the very first Moroccan Tripel in Belgium!
We quote the brewer of the beer: “Morocco. My beloved homeland. The only place in the world where violin is played on the knee and where argan trees grow. A country where emotions lead more to interactions and reactions to rationality. I initially intended to break through clichés based on Moroccan culture without falling into the never-ending "we're not bad guys" or "Have you heard about Arabic erotic poetry?" Creating La Marlouf seemed like an obvious thing to do. A great project, where people come together around a delicious beer, to start the debate around specialty beer with Moroccan flavors. Cheers!"
Complex, (Moroccan) spicy, with floral and sweet notes that close in a subtle aftertaste.