Horchata (which can also be spelled Orxata) is a milky non-alcoholic drink popular in Spain and Latin America. It is often made with almond milk, or tigernuts, sometimes it includes actual milk and sometimes not. It often also include cinnamon, vanilla and sugar. I’ve heard of it before, but never actually had it, so I can’t attest to whether this beer actually tastes like it or not. What I can tell you is I liked this beer a lot. It is a blonde ale with rice, cinnamon, and vanilla beans added. Lactose is also added which gives it a creamy mouthfeel. It definitely is a blonde colored beer, which plays with your mind a little when you taste flavors you associate with darker beers, especially when you add in the creamy mouthfeel. The aroma is strong with vanilla and cinnamon. You can distinctly taste each of the things that has been added. However, when they are combined, the flavor reminds me of cream soda or possibly rice pudding. I would love to have this beer again. Four of out of five proper pints.