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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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1 - Absinthe Roquette 1797

Absinthe Roquette 1797

2 - Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72

Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72

4 - Absinthe La Clandestine

Absinthe La Clandestine

5 - Absinthe François Guy

Absinthe François Guy

6 - Absinthe Libertine 72

Absinthe Libertine 72
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Absinthe François Guy

Absinthe François Guy

By Georges Méliès. Posted 25/11/2014

A very soft, delicate absinthe, it still has pure and appealing flavors that make it a delight. Probably best suited for summertime, it is certainly the best of the lighter style absinthes I have tried, and I will definitely use this as an introductory experience for absinthe newcomers. It's by far the best such "beginner" absinthe I've had, and one which I can thoroughly enjoy at the same time --- even if I prefer those with heavier body and alcohol. When compared to its closest competitors, e.g. Lucid and Vieux Pontarlier, this is far more complex and interesting. A tremendous bargain for the price.
Chartreuse 1605 - 70cl

Chartreuse 1605 - 70cl

By Georges Méliès. Posted 25/11/2014

A fascinating and totally delicious drink that evokes a blend of green and yellow Chartreuse, with more concentration than you would expect from such a blend. Not equal to VEP, but somewhere in-between. It doesn't rival my favorite of many years, VEP green, but it is luscious and elegant, and a thoroughly enjoyable Chartreuse, best served frozen. Unique and quite wonderful.
Absinthe Roquette 1797

Absinthe Roquette 1797

By Good but with some little disappointments. Posted 21/11/2014

This is a good absinthe but I found differences from the versions of previous years. It is as if it had lost its main feature, has a profile much less herbaceous. It feels much more anise and the quality has deteriorated, the base wine instead of neutral, artemisia absinhium feels a lot less.

It's not undrinkable and remains a good absinthe but feels some damage distillation. In particular a base of alcohol wine not exactly clean. It feels a little bit of tail, not to the point of making it undrinkable as other bottles of this batch that I happened to taste. So I just have to rest a bit 'the bottle before drinking again' and hope that the next batch to be more accurate.
Absinthe La Valdetra Verte

Absinthe La Valdetra Verte

By Hedwig. Posted 19/11/2014

It´s okey absinthe, but the best I have ever tried is the new Swedish absinthe from the destillery Svensk Absint, called Grön Opal, that absinthe is so near the orginal absinthe from the late 18th century and I can recommend it. I hope you soon can sell it here:-) because it´s so hard to find.
Absinthe Fountain Pernod Fils

Absinthe Fountain Pernod Fils

By Georges Méliès. Posted 19/11/2014

As a followup: at the suggestion of a friend I went to the hardware store and bought a tube of silicone caulking made for fish aquariums. I removed both spigots and lavishly coated each with caulk, with a bit more added to the gaskets. After several days of curing it did the trick and sealed the leaks.

I can once again enjoy the convenience of a lightweight, small fountain but it really shouldn't be necessary to go to that effort to make it usable. The fountain is still flawed, but at least if you get one that develops a leak, it's useful to know that silicone caulk can salvage the disaster.

Pernod definitely needs to improve their quality control. Great concept, poor execution.
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