The aroma is full of wonderful American citrus hops, although I do detect a bit of an English ale feel to the finishing hops. The beer does use Fuggles hops and I don't know if the English feel is a function of the fuggles or the grain bill or a combination of the two. The malt does smell rich and full. Very nice.
It does have a nice full mouth-feel, and a slightly sweet taste at the beginning. It finishes with significant bitterness (70 IBU's), but with that kind of body and alcohol, it does not come across with a kick-you-in-the teeth perceived bitterness like many "West Coast" IPA's. The malts come through to balance the hops very well. There is a little alcohol flavor in there which helps sweeten up the beer just a touch.
It is certainly worth a try if you can get your hands on it, though.