Pours a very murky copper-orange. It is hazy enough that I could not see my fingers on the other side of the glass. I poured hard to get a lasting three finger head to get all of the aroma. To me, mango and pine are the predominant aromas with a healthy dose of citrus, and subtle malt aroma reminiscent of a Belgian ale (Palm comes to mind). Taste is much like the smell: mango, pine, grass, and a touch of plum (from malt I assume). A nice drying on the end urging you to take another sip (I drank this much too quickly). This beer had medium carbonation with medium/ heavy body. You certainly know this is bigger than an standard IPA but certainly not boozy or overwhelming.
Overall a very well balanced DIPA. You definitely notice the hoppiness and body to this one but that didn't stop me from drinking it quite quickly. Would certainly buy again and wish they would make 6 or 4 packs of 12oz to share/ drink regularly (not a huge fan of 22oz bombers). Top 5 DIPAs I've had for sure.