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The Pernod distillery in Thuir

The Pernod distillery in Thuir is located in one of the historic homes of the brand near Perpignan, in Southern France. The distillery is part of Pernod’s factory where Suze, Byrrh... [...]

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Last reviews
Absinthe Bairnsfather Bitter

Absinthe Bairnsfather Bitter

By rmorte. Posted 20/07/2014

From looking around about absinthe, this is not entirely considered an absinthe by some (???). For whatever the reasons may be, Bairnsfather did teach me a few things and brought into focus a lot of interest.
First of all, FOLLOW DIRECTIONS. On the back of the bottle it says "enjoy with ice". I took this literally and the result was perfect. The drink slowly took a creamy louche and opened up. Adding cold water will not do it... ICE_
Secondly, it really gives you a taste of wormwood, which is bitter. But for a person that is into bitterness in drinks or foods (American IPAs, arugula in salads, etc.) this drink will really catch your attention. I really enjoy it because I enjoy bitterness and herbs in certain foods. This does not let you down at all and clings to the mouth.
With the addition of ice the body becomes creamy and quite nice. The sweetness also appears very nicely... almost as such when adding a bit of water or ice to scotch. It is a unique experience that I cannot help but revel in with the different take.
True absinthe or not, I would buy this again. I really enjoy it for what it is.
Absinthe Roquette 1797

Absinthe Roquette 1797

By rmorte. Posted 19/07/2014

I bought a bottle of this with my first purchase from their website. I hadn't had a lot of absinthes outside of several American distillers but was hoping to find and learn more about different regions and countries.

The smell is a melange of dry licorice, herbs, and a strange earthy must. Unusual and hard to describe for my senses.

The taste has a distinct earthy and herbal tone with a hint of licorice/anise. It is a tad bitter but interesting. It is a bit abrasive in the sharpness of the alcohol and earthiness. A bit of an unsweetened citrus but enjoyable overall.

I could really appreciate how great this tasted without the addition of sugar. Ice water and this alone were perfect companions and the creamy body of it was nicely offset by the dryness at the end. I can see how this is a pretty enjoyable absinthe, I was not hugely impressed but was glad I tried it out. This was an excellent learning experience, I felt. Diversifying my palate.
Absinthe Blanche Neige - Distiller\'s Proof

Absinthe Blanche Neige - Distiller's Proof

By Absinthe revivalist. Posted 17/07/2014

Great stuff. However, spring has given way to summer. When can we expect the 50cl bottles?

Comment from Thanks very much for your feedback. We expect the 50cl bottles to be available in September.
Absinthe La Grenouille

Absinthe La Grenouille

By Robbie. Posted 13/07/2014

First off this is the first good quality Czech I have had the honour of having on the shelf. Usually, it takes me a couple of pours to decide whether I like an absinthe or not. This one I decided half way through the first drink at 3 to 1 ratio. Now, someone looking to try traditional style complex absinthe I wouldn't go here, that's the only reason why I wont give a five. But that's not where the beauty lies in this. It has a lovely louche with a great natural light milk green colour to go with. Very refreshing subtle spice, and lemon tang presence up front, anise blended well there but hard to notice with the lemon power. It is very good quality and is thick enough on the tongue surprisingly considering how light it smells. I had to restrain myself from drinking it all night, would be an ideal summer drink for most but it tasted good in the winter here! Just very refreshing and gives off good vibes. Having good quality French and Swiss absinthes on the shelf this one has got me interested in hunting out more Czech stuff to go with them.
Absinthe Serpis Classic 65

Absinthe Serpis Classic 65

By Jean Lafitte. Posted 10/07/2014

I would ask people to ignore the red color and try this - its a hidden gem. The bright red louche gives way to a beautiful orange louche. It has, to me, a distinct mint overtone with a nice finish.

I've been waiting a long time for this to get back in stock. Good absinthe!
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