Hazy apricot color; pours with a significant head that subsides fast and leaves no lacing. Prominent orange aromas with hints of coriander and cardamom. Medium-full in the mouth with orange rind backed by hints of banana, brioche and subtle hops. Good carbonation and strong malt flavoring; somewhat sweeter than typical, but very satisfying.
89 points, Wine Enthusiast (Aug 2009)
Coors isn't the only brewery to add oats to its witbier, but the resulting understated taste has made Blue Moon one of the most popular wits in America. With the addition of wheat, this beer emits a soft, pleasant mouthfeel. It also has very minor spiciness and citrus flavors, which are muted compared to most witbiers. For those new to this style, Blue Moon is a great introduction. The entire experience of this brew is well-rounded from flavor to mouthfeel, and the carbonation is as close to perfect as you can get.
87 points, Draft Magazine