Leffe Blond is an elegant, smooth and fruity Belgian abbey style beer. It has a spicy aftertaste with a hint of bitter orange.
While this is a perfect aperitif beer, it also tastes delicious with a wide variety of dishes, especially red meat, sweet and sour dishes and white mould cheese, such as Camembert, Brie, Brillat-Savarin or Saint-Marcellin. There are countless soft-centred cheeses that are a good match for the fresh and fruity Leffe Blond.
Leffe Blond is best served at 5-6°C in a beer chalice, which will allow all the flavours to come through.
Leffe was founded by the Fathers of the Abbey in 1240 and their craft, expertise and brewing tradition can still be enjoyed today. This brewing heritage is now shared and enjoyed by consumers in over 60 countries worldwide.
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|The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
This is a good beer to go with a meal. It is light and fresh. Give it a go.
The best beer in the world. Definitely.
Love, love, LOVE Leffe beer. No other blonde beer compares. Me and my dad have a small obsession with this beer. It's just packed with scrumptious flavour and thoroughly enjoyable. All I can say is get involved....you won't be disappointed.
This is a lovely strong beer that's full of flavour and really moorish. Both me and the other half enjoyed these. Better buying the bigger bottles though for value
This is a lovely beer - rich and full of flavour. It can drunk easily on its own but best with some savoury nibbles. We love the size, as it means the beer stays cold unlike the larger sized bottles, where the beer gets warm before you could finish it. It is quite expensive compared to other beers but good when on offer.
I've liked this beer for some time. However two can be bought for 8 pounds from Tesco so this latest offer is not particularly good.
Really good abbaye beer, very tasty!
Not your regular beer but a full flavour beer which could be used to cook a nice beef stew as well. But I just like it so much chilled on its own too, as an apperitif.