Today I’m reviewing another love-themed beer from the Belgian masters in Cooperstown. Several weeks back I reviewed Adoration, and today I’m giving Seduction a whirl. The description on the bottle makes it clear where the name comes from; The flavor is that of Belgian chocolate with undertones of cherries. Yup, sounds seductive to me. It’s not as big as a strong dark ale, but it pours as black as night with a creamy tan head. The nose is yeasty with cherries and musty earth. The middle is sweet, with chocolate and quite a bit of pineapple. There’s some tartness in the finish with a bit of cherry and a hint of roasted coffee, fading at the end to a last taste of chocolate. I have to say there’s not as much chocolate as I expected, but this is still a nice, complex beer.