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The 15 most popular absinthe brands of 2014

At the beginning of every new year we compile a list of our top selling absinthes from the year that has just finished. It's always fun to see how your taste in absinthe compares... [...]

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This month's top sellers

1 - Absinthe Roquette 1797

Absinthe Roquette 1797

2 - Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72

Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72

5 - Absinthe La Clandestine

Absinthe La Clandestine

6 - Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard

Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard
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Absinthe Guy - Côté France (2013)

Absinthe Guy - Côté France (2013)

By Vasilis. Posted 22/01/2015

I wanted to taste an absinthe with light anise flavour and aroma, so I gave it a try.
Very nice indeed I might say! I found it to have quite a pleasant bouquet of aromas,
light to the nose and pleasantly filling at the same time!
The palate is well balanced and soft with anise being present, but not overwhelming,
leaving wormwood to develop.
Doesn't have the heavy strike of other absinthes, especially compared to the ones with heavy anise flavor.
I find it to be an excellent absinthe, truly special and very refreshing.
I have to also note that I tasted it without any sugar and found it to be just perfect!
There is no heavy (if any) bitterness for the sugar to counterbalance,
so I didn't find it necessary to add any! A thin louche indeed (due to the little anise),
but it is "quietly" standing there, more observable if you enjoy it lightly dilluted
(about two measures of water for one measure absinthe).
For all the little I know, I give a full 5 star note!!
For all those who'd want to enjoy a light anise absinthe, I totally recommend it!
Absinthe St. Antoine

Absinthe St. Antoine

By Robbie. Posted 22/01/2015

Yeah this a great Absinthe, love the sweet flavour that lurks, its not a creamy type of drop so if you like your Absinthe light and refreshing this one is for you. Has a fine vibe about it. Its one I will always want in my cabinet.
Absinthe Dripper Pernod

Absinthe Dripper Pernod

By JosephL. Posted 16/01/2015

A really nice, well-made dripper. I have a few other see-saw models and would say that this one is now my favorite. It is made very solid - thick metal legs which cover a number of glass sizes. The see-saw action does not get stuck on this one as it does on some other models. A great little accessory!
Absinthe Bizarre

Absinthe Bizarre

By Superb!. Posted 09/01/2015

I have tasted 20 different (Best) Absinthes and to me, this is the best of them all. It is absolutely delicious. I use 3.5 to 1 dilution with a superb water and for me, never sugar. The taste is spectacular. I hope he decides to continue production, so that it is available.
Absinthe Enigma Verte

Absinthe Enigma Verte

By elemile. Posted 21/12/2014

Color: beautiful deep peridot/feuille morte. Just what I was looking for. Lovely.
Louche: fast and very thick, which hit me as the possibility of star anise presence.
Aroma: strangely familiar...
Taste: it all made sense at this point; pretty much a clone of Libertine 72 but without the "grass".
Finish: lasting numb, bold and creamy; with the mud removed, this turned out to be very appealing.
Effect: soothing, calming, focusing, though not so stimulant as other more bitter absinthes.

CONCLUSION: in short, the clean version on Libertine 72. Honestly, I didn't have the chance to taste the original Verte de Fougerolles; but if I have my dates right, it seems pretty obvious that Enigma built over the achievements and weaknesses of Libertine 72. I figure the difference in the price is worth to cover up for better ingredients in the recipe, including enough green anise to achieve the full body provided by star anise but without its more shoddy qualities.

AFTERMATH: whereas initially a strong detractor of Libertine 72, I later get used to it and learned to enjoy a certain character amidst its faults. With Enigma, I found that very same character in a straightforward way and it turned out to suit me really well. Whereas looking for round balance I'd go for Authentique and looking for wormwood I'd go for Angélique, I now can say too that looking for anise I'd go for Enigma as mid-range remorseless recommendations.

No sugar added, as usual.
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