I tried this after a day of Brewery touring Chicago, ending at The Green Grocer (http://www.greengrocerchicago.com/) for a beer tasting. Cassie, the owner was kind enough to open a couple bottles of beer that I had not been acquainted with. This was one of them:
Mouthfeel: Light texture while the body is made a bit heavier due to the swift spiking bite of the carbonation, which doesn't seem to loosen up the liquid. With a light crispy flavor and texture, this ale is a lot different than what was expected. It remains crisp and highly drinkable. Body gradually gives me an impression of being thicker, syrupy like the deeper I go.
Overall Impression: Now that I think of it, the kombucha really reveals itself as a partial contributor to the fruitiness as well as sweetness. I grow my own kombucha (Thanks to the Mad Farmers) and I'm realizing that if I had known this beer contained kombucha tea prior to drinking it I would have reconsidered the beer. The sour Belgian yeast makes many of the funky flavors more pronounced. This would be worthy of a re-try given the conditions (aka plastic cup, rush to log) as well as little understanding as to what this beer really is. Try it for me! - 2010 Me
The Newer Fleur is far more fruitier and has a stronger color aspect to it. Tasting it again, the balance between the subtle kombucha flavor, earthy and fruity hibiscus and attenuation from the Belgian yeast really makes for a fantastic ale!
T1: 10/1/10: 78/100
T2: 7/17/11: 89/100