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Absinthe Abisinthe 45 - 70cl

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This absinthe is bitter and very lightly aniseed. It's a lighter version of its sister, Abisinthe 72.    Read the whole description

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Abisinthe 45 is bitter and very lightly aniseed. It's a lighter version of its sister, Abisinthe 72, for the alcohol content as well as for the flavours.

The ancient recipe of this sugarless absinthe is obtained especially by distillation of a mixture of green anise and wormwood. However, many other plants, finely selected, are also part of its composition : star anise, fennel, gentian or even mugwort.
Abisinthe 45's natural colour is obtained by infusion of plants.


Tasting notes:

Colour: Tending towards the yellow more than green, somewhat transparent, but pleasantly natural.

Louche: Abisinthe 45 becomes cloudly slowly as water is added, ending up very thick. The colour at the end is yellowish.

Aroma: Floral and with light woody notes in the background. Pleasant and not overcomplicated.

Taste: This absinthe taste very fresh, and becuase of the low alcohol content is very easy drinking. Bitter wormwood comes through clearly at the end.

Overall Impression: Abisinthe 45 is fresh and not overly complex, lending itself to newcomers still getting used to the at-first overwhelmingly complex herbal palette of absinthe. A good quality absinthe that offers good value for money.

Lemercier, France

1811,

The Lemercier family used to run a farm and distill Kirsch and Plum Brandy for mostly their own use, but for other people from around Fougerolles as well. After noticing the rising demand for their spirits, the family decided to found their own distillery in 1811. Nicolas started distilling absinthe around the same time, however, he had to stop during 1915 due to the worldwide ban of absinthe.

1991,

After finishing his business studies, Alain Aureggio, Desle'S grand-grandson, decided to take up the family business.

Lemercier's absinthes and liquors :


Their probably most popular absinthe is the Absinthe Abisinthe – available in a 72°, 72° Amer and a 45° version. These are classed as the ideal absinthe for people discovering this drink. Some more absinthes in the Lemercier product range are the Absinthe Coeur d'Absinthe double and triple distillation – two significant blanches! Furthermore, Lemercier distills several eau-de-vies and the Green Demon Absinthe.

Other products of : Lemercier

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By MerryDrunk

Added on the : 15/07/2016

The low alcohol content seemed to take away any of the boldness to the taste. The description itself does say that this is a lightly flavored absinthe. Even the bitterness isn't too bad. This is definitely not for someone who has been around the block. Hate to say this, but I would only serve this to anyone that doesn't know any better and/or can't appreciate good alcohol. I would not buy this again.

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