Maybe this lines up with your vision for this ....
There you have it
I'm sure the BJCP has a different opinion on the matter but as far as I'm concerned, farmhouse ales can pretty well do as they please.
Sure, saisons are supposed to be super-dry and there's the whole yeast-thing and blah blah, but farmhouse ales? The very concept of a farmhouse ale would be "anything but the kitchen sink", as long as it ferments and has a certain saison-esque je-ne-sais-quoi.
But yeah, it all depends on how it lines up in your head.
Way this one's turning out, it's definitely not sweet.
[...Saison Voisin has a significant caramel malt sweetness and I'm just not a fan. It doesn't work too well in the style, IMO.
Funny you should say that, as Voisin is arguably the most authentic saison around.