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This month's top sellers

1 - Absinthe Roquette 1797

Absinthe Roquette 1797
$69.50
$99.50/Liter

2 - Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72

Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72
$49.50
$70.50/Liter

5 - Absinthe Antitoxin

Absinthe Antitoxin
$41.00
$82.50/Liter

6 - Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard

Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard
$76.50
$109.50/Liter
du Centenaire
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Absinthe du Centenaire - 70 cl

Absinthe du Centenaire marks 100 years after the abolition of absinthe. An exceptional cuvée and limited edition.

$67.00
$96.00/Liter
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Last reviews
Absinthe Spoon Artemisia Sterling Silver

Absinthe Spoon Artemisia Sterling Silver


By Georges Méliès. Posted 05/05/2015

Certainly not a classic antique design but unquestionably a work of art. I can't begin to fathom the amount of meticulous work is involved in crafting this lovely piece. It evokes a wormwood plant perfectly, with astonishing detail. Even though I am a traditionalist I love to use this spoon occasionally just because it is so beautiful and feels so good in the hand. It also fits a variety of glasses, with both a typical 'hump' to fit over the rim as well as a curved tip to fit over the opposite rim.

Truly lovely and perhaps the only completely modern absinthe spoon I would even consider owning. Well worth the price. This level of craftsmanship is far too rare today.
Absinthe Roquette 1797 - barrel-aged

Absinthe Roquette 1797 - barrel-aged


By Taste4Dark. Posted 04/05/2015

I can't believe I got a hold of this! Knowing how rare this is makes it that much more enchanting. The only one problem with it is the drinkers' ability to apply her/his will power not to be seduced by it's hypnotic aroma, its sensual taste and it's mesmerizing colour after the louche. Doesn't Andrew's photo of it say it all?


Cheers to absinthes.com crew for making this happen.
Sugar for Absinthe

Sugar for Absinthe


By elemile. Posted 29/04/2015

I guess we all agree this is a good way to top free shipping.
Absinthe Adnams Absinthe Rouge

Absinthe Adnams Absinthe Rouge


By diana501. Posted 18/04/2015

I thoroughly enjoyed this absinthe! A wonderful experience to taste, well balanced, and the louche is lovely. One of my best purchases yet! If you want to try something a little unique I highly recommend the rouge. A little personal note, try this without any sugar first and see how you like it. Enjoy it :)
Absinthe Eichelberger 68 Limitée

Absinthe Eichelberger 68 Limitée


By Ben Forse. Posted 09/04/2015

This the first "real" Absinthe that I have ever purchased. And by real, I mean no artificial colourants or flavourings. What can I say? My world is forever changed:

Appearance:
Colour: A gentle green, with a dash of amber. Clear no haze.

Louche:
Steady, smoky trials descending into the depths then, a sudden storm of washing thick green fog explodes into the glass.

Aroma:
For its strength, there really wasn't a big alcohol nose on this one. Notes of grand wormwood, a very fresh and well balanced fennel/aniseed presence... and.. a freshness that will leave you guessing till you taste it. This "freshness" is there very delicately in the distance. It adds complexity, wonderment... lust.

Flavour & Mouthfeel:
Smooth and creamy, it dances over your tongue like silk, leaving a pleasant dull numbness in its wake. A spectacular, well choreographed performance between the wormwood, aniseed and fennel. A gentle bitterness ever present. First the anise welcomes you in, the wormwood takes your coat, and the fennel giving you a refreshing and clean embrace. Then begins the complexity. A delicately peppery citrus cuts through the mix, and takes you out to fresh spring air. That would be the mellisa in perfect harmony with some kinda of citrus element. Interesting, refreshing... cleverly complex.

Finish:
The mellisa note rings out along side a firm wormwood chime. The gentle numbness remains. No overbearingly strong flavours, only the desire to feel loving embrace again.

I tasted my glass initially with 2 lumps of sugar to a 1/4 ratio. Immediately regretted the second sugar lump, as the complex citrus adds, in my opinion, a decent amount of sweetness.

Very impressed by this small distillery's output, would HIGHLY recommend, can't wait to try the rest of the Eichelberger family!
 
 
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