You never know what you get until you have finally tasted it. Or as I put it here: what you taste is what you get. Amber in its color, bitter and wort emphasized in its taste makes this Landbier a good one.
It's kind of sweet, rusty and bitter in the beginning, leaving a warm and sweet taste behind at the end. A nose full of caramel, wort and malt will be with it as well.
For my taste this Landbeer leaks a bit of body. With an alcohol content of 5.0 vol % the malty character could be a little stronger, even the hops could be more emphasised.