Today is already our last day in Hong Kong, and since the stout I had yesterday was just awesome, we decided to go to a beer shop that specialized in craft beer. There I found a Hong Kong-brewed Moonzen Kitchen God Honey Porter. It had 6 percent and came in a small bottle that had a mark on it saying that this is the 108th bottle. The beer was dark cloudy with a creamy beige foam. It smelled really malty and heavy and tasted like old coffee grounds. The stout was also rather bitter and I couldn’t taste any honey flavors. It was also fizzy, which I found a bit unusual for a stout. Overall it wasn’t tasting too bad but the whole beer experience wasn’t all too great. But still better than a lot of beers I had so far.