Cool name for this beer, and really lovely can art to match. The ‘花’ is Chinese for ‘flower’ or ‘blossom, I think the art leans towards the latter translation but that’s the only reasoning.
This is a witbier with a little extra. Our witbier has grapefruit zest, orange zest, kaffir lime leaves and (almost obligatory for a wit) coriander.
The perfume aroma of a typical Belgian witbier greets you, with citrus, spice and some banana. This follows through in the flavour with the grapefruit adding a little sharpness to the citrus character. Coriander gives that savoury character. The kaffir lime leaves give a little of that lime character which seems to add a freshness to the flavour.
A fairly lively carbonation adds to the crisp malt body, and this again is a perfect beer for summer. Light in mouthfeel and ABV, but with enough flavour to keep things interesting.