Leffe is Belgium’s most popular abbey beer and is brewed according to the traditional recipes of the monks of the Abbey of Leffe. The symbol of Leffe is the picturesque tower of the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Leffe in Dinant, Belgium where the beers found their origins as far back as 1240.
A rich, golden abbey ale with hints of quince, gooseberry, bitter cherry, apple and spices. Taste is sweet and silky, slightly drying with balanced bitterness.
The English Pub Reykjavík offers Leffe Blonde on bottle 0,33L.