Absinthe King of spirits - 70 cl
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- Alcohol Content : 70°
- Production Method : Maceration
- Country of Origin : Czech Republic
- Distillery : L`OR Special Drinks
Very bitter, King Of Spirit contains herbs in the bottle allowing for ongoing maceration.
Of very low anise, this non traditional Czech made absinthe is bottled with actual herbs and spices in the bottle. This continuous maceration process gives King Of Spirit a very bitter taste.
- The label of the King of Spirit
bottle represents Vincent Van Gogh, known as much for his paintings as for his inclination to absinthe. The legend says that he cut his ear after having drunk absinthe: he actually only cut the lobe. (the alcohol probably played a role, but one must not forget that Vincent Van Gogh’s background predisposed him to schizophrenia.)
- Another version of the King of Spirits
absinthe also exists, called “Gold”. However it contains 100 mg/l of thujone, and can therefore not officially be sold.
- At first, savour King of Spirits
with half a piece of sugar. Then, add more or less according to your taste.
- For one measure of absinthe (3cl), add 2 to 5 measures of fresh water.
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- 70 cl
- Czech Republic
- L`OR Special Drinks
- Steel screw cap
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These are the last three comments made :
By vladimir. Posted 02/10/2012
I decided to rate this absinth after seeing it has 2/5, while truly deserves no more then 1/5. I doubt it is a product of maceration _and_ destillation and could be even called an absinth at all. The guy who gave it 5 stars said you'll probably need a can of red bull to drink this stuff. What a nice compliment for a spirit, right? One could smoke some wormwood if he simply wanted "the effect", and trust me, it would not worth it. Does anyone still believe that absinth is supposed to get you high? Get some weed or acid for christ's sake, kids. I would never recomend buying this even if it'd costed 10 times less then it does, and just thinking that you could get a bottle of PF 1901 or L'Esprit d'Edouard for almost the same price amuses me. Hear me and avoid this abomination at all costs.
By JG. Posted 27/02/2012
The only absinthe I have ever had that I couldn't finish, the herbs in the bottle are a nice touch but the bottle is best left unopened. the smell is not unpleasent, however there is no louche no bouquet and no taste of absinthe at all.
By De Dijon. Posted 06/10/2011
This isnt worthy of being called absinthe... It tastes like it is made with SLivovitz and industrial wormwood oil/ anise oil...... Yes kerosene does come to mind too..... THe guy that made the previous commment about it giving a great effect really needs to learn more about absinthe.... The only effect this one will give is the poisoning of your kidneys... You can feel the oily taste in your mouth when sipping this garbage.... Please dont waste your money.... I tasted it at a friend's house and was really glad I didnt buy it....
I wish I could give it a negative star