Tempus Reserva Especial poured a deep golden russet with a two-finger head. Its medium retention thins out to a light layer with a bit of lacing on the sides of the glass. Sweet, biscuity malts are the star, backed by a hint of apple in the nose.
Its body was medium-light with light carbonation. The palate, to me, was of sweet, dark bread with a touch of dark fruit in the finish. Reserva Especial is a fairly tasty brew but not a great representation of the style, in my opinion.
[techtags:BEER REVIEWS, PRIMUS CERVEZAS, TEMPUS RESERVA ESPECIAL]