Extra Dark Crystal

Extra Dark Crystal

(400 IOB / 200 ASBC)

A highly unique crystal malt, crafted to perfection to deliver great depth of colour and flavour intensity. 

Rich black treacle notes dominate at the front of the palate, working in harmony with the classical sweet crystal malt notes of muscovado and caramelised sugar, rich syrups and freshly roasted coffee.

A fine bitterness lingers on the palate combining with bold pruneraisin and date fruitiness.

Overview

Extra Dark Crystal

A highly unique crystal malt, crafted to perfection to deliver great depth of colour and flavour intensity. 

Rich black treacle notes dominate at the front of the palate, working in harmony with the classical sweet crystal malt notes of muscovado and caramelised sugar, rich syrups and freshly roasted coffee.

A fine bitterness lingers on the palate combining with bold pruneraisin and date fruitiness.

Sensory Characteristics

Download a PDF chart of the sensory characteristics for this malt.

Extra Dark Crystal - Sensory

Specifications

Extra Dark Crystal
Specfications

IOB EBC ASBC
Moisture 2.5% Max 2.5% Max 2.5% Max
Extract 265-275 71-73 71-73
Colour 380-480 435-550 190-240

Certification

COVID-19

Text to go here

Visit the Government website for guidlines and advice

Crystal Malt - Process

Crystal Malting Process Drawing

To learn about the journey from field to glass and more detailed explanation of the malting process click below.

Our Vision

Proudly delivering outstanding quality and services for centuries to come.

OUr Mission

We pride ourselves in:
Producing the finest quality speciality malts
Providing an inspiring environment for businesses to develop and grow
Supporting the community and local youth programmes

Our Values

Family owned and driven by core family values. 

We are: One team, supportive, honest, respectful and care greatly about our community, local talented youth and the environment.

Contact Us

EMAIL

Address

French & Jupps Ltd, Roydon Road, Stanstead Abbotts, Herts, SG12 8HG​

Proudly Creating Perfecting Malting Since 1689