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Back from the Absinthiades 2014

An eventful weekend, which passed by so quickly. As every year, we drove to Pontarlier, in France for one weekend in October. This year was 14th Absinthiades taking place from the... [...]

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Last reviews
Absinthe Angélique Verte Suisse

Absinthe Angélique Verte Suisse


By elemile. Posted 31/10/2014

Very pale (somewhat cold) green before water.
Beautiful opalescent louche (nor weak, nor plain opaque milky).
Great rich herbal aroma.
Strong flavor: stingy even with sugar. Lasting wormwood finish that climbs up your heads and stays in your temples. Refined and complex but not something I could drink daily.

Not for the faint of heart.
Absinthe Eichelberger 83,2

Absinthe Eichelberger 83,2


By R.Flamand. Posted 25/10/2014

I've tasted this the first time a few weeks ago with an acquaintance of mine. I traded one glass of Jade 1901 for this. And I absolutely didn't regret. This one stayed on my mind, I enjoyed it very much.

I bought myself a bottle some day's ago and tasted it again yesterday. I gave a friend of mine a glass to taste while I was tasting some other bottle's I've bought. I took a sip from his glass, but he prefere's his drink strong, higer alcohol content. It was nice, but the flavors didn't really stand out.

Today I poured a glass for myself using alot more water like I did the first time. Definety 4:1 or 5:1. And again, I was enticed! I tasted about 22 different, good quality absinthe's before I tryed this one. But this one for me stands out.

It is unlike other blanche's or bleu's. Anise tastes very nice in this one. But there is also a minty flavour. Artemisia is very recognisable, maybe pontica gives some mintyness as well. But I think mint is definitly in the mix here.

Then there is this very special flavour or composition of flavours I can not put my finger on. This is where the mystery start. It could be an acidic citrus tone blenden nicely with the mint and some other flavour. But it reminds me very much of cola (coca cola) flavour with some fresh citrus in the mix. Even in the finish this special taste remains. I've also bought myself the Eichelberger 78 verte, and here I taste and smell the same mysterious note. I was thinking maybe it is kola nut. But I don't know how this tastes really. I would love to know if others taste something special here and if they know what it is.

The louche is also very nice, oily swirls, but once it startes, it goes fast. The smel comes very much out of the glass. Sitting in my couch with this glas 1.5 meters away I suddenly smell it while slowely dripping with a brouilleur. Very alluring, sweet and out of the ordinary.

This is unlike any swiss or french style that I've tryed. This stands on it's own! If you love absinthe, you have got to try this one. You wont regret it! It goes in the bottle without adding water, fresh from the still!
Hapsburg Absinthe Cream

Hapsburg Absinthe Cream


By Lovely Jubly!. Posted 19/10/2014

Beautiful cream liqueur, gorgeous green mint colour, so nice to sip on ice on a girls night out.
I loved it!
Absinthe La Capricieuse

Absinthe La Capricieuse


By Robbie. Posted 17/10/2014

I purchased a small bottle of this to try and well i should have just bought a large bottle. I love his Angelique and when I tried this I have to say I liked it even more! He just knows how to get complex and full bodied flavors spot on. The aromas are just something else. My partner isn't a big fan of Absinthe but she even said it smelt nice. The lingering aftertaste made me dive strait back in it was gone from my glass before I knew it, it was that tasty. I have the butterfly to try next, will be interesting how that stands up. Cheers.
Absinthe Fountain Artemisia with wings  - 4 taps

Absinthe Fountain Artemisia with wings - 4 taps


By MN_Belle. Posted 17/10/2014

After seeing this fountain in use at the Arctic Club Historic Hotel in Seattle, WA we were on a mission to find one for our home bar! This is it! It is absolutely beautiful and indeed quite the conversation piece while in use or on display on our buffet. So wonderful to be able to get this item vs. searching for an antique version that would be much more costly.
 
 
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