Just saw Crispin's "The Saint" tonight and grabbed one. It's pretty tasty, but a bit sweet to put down in quantity. It's got a nice apple flavor, and the Trappist yeast and maple are there but balanced well as highlight notes without being overpowering. I think the Belgian esters and maple accentuate the sweetness a bit too much, too. Without the Belgian yeast and maple it might actually be dead-on at this sweetness level.
The other thing is that the carbonation is pretty low. I think if they approached this more like a Tripel (dryer and more carbonated), then I think I could put down a whole lot of this.