Aroma: good. Woodsy musk and some cherries, but not very strong.
Taste: very good. Alcohol with some good strong malt and a pretty well balanced hop presence. Imagine a big balanced but somewhat malt-dominant beer, then add cherry-like alcohol. That's Troegenator.
Mouthfeel: excellent. Medium carbonation with a creamy full body. Yum!
"Doublebock" means doppelbock. The original name is pretty much a cognate, so I'm calling it that, despite the label.
Overall, this is pretty damn good, but not great. But it does get you drunk. Yep.
Cost: $12.0 for 6 12oz bottles, making it $0.17 per oz.
BA public: 87/100 B+, My score: 87/100, B+