Absinthe Abisinthe Amer 72 - 70cl

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Rated 4.5/5 based on 88 customer reviews
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A perfumed absinthe, powerful and full of aniseed flavours.   Read the whole description

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    72%
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Abisinthe Amer 72 is a perfumed absinthe, powerful and full of aniseed flavours.
Ideal for an initiation to strong sensations.

Abisinthe Amer 72 won a bronze medal a the 2004 Concours International des Eaux de Vie de Fruits in Metz (International Contest of Fruit Brandies)

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 Amer 72's natural colour is obtained by infusion of plants.

Discover our tasting notes of Abisinthe Amer 72 here.



 Probably the most powerful aniseed absinthe !




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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88 review(s)      |      Average score :

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By Ameh

Added on the : 24/01/2018 English

Too anised for me. Seems more like an ouzo than an absinthe.

By BKP

Added on the : 24/12/2017 English

My favorite absinthe. I have tried many, and enjoyed them all, but this is the one I always come back to...

By BKP

Added on the : 18/12/2017 English

My favorite! I have tried many others, but I prefer this one for true absinthe.

By Taste4Dark

Added on the : 17/11/2017 English

Standard. I always try to get this every order but fail to do so because I'm continually trying new ones

By Thegreenfireman

Added on the : 17/10/2017 English

Beautiful absinthe! Taste is well rounded, anise aroma and flavor is strong but not overpowering! No complaints with this bottle. Customer service was great as always!

By Ben

Added on the : 15/10/2017 English

I have tried about 12 different Absinthes and always return to this one, my favourite, it has been my staple for years.

By Bruce

Added on the : 10/09/2017 English

Strong burn from the alcohol component of the Amer. First time I tried this brand. Good novice Absinthe. Purchased and tried for the good price point. Next time would get something more refined

By FarisForestFarm

Added on the : 07/09/2017 English

Wonderful for the price, sure it's too strong for most, and it has a sharpness to it that might be from too much green anise, and the smell alone that will give you goosebumps if you aren't an avid drinker ... But it's good, so good that if you have kidney or liver issues you might want to try it's little sibling at 42% ... because odds are you will go back for a second serving :) I do ... And while I love the louche effect of Absinthe this one doesn't give a very noticeable swirl, but that's ok to, because I find it's best to do the harder Absinths as a clean shot, but it pairs beautifully with a Ginger Ale chaser (as most absinthes do)!!

By Ammiszaddaj

Added on the : 02/09/2017 English

One of my favourite absinthes. Great taste with deep aroma and very well balanced bitterness.

By How can I count the ways?

Added on the : 31/07/2017 English

10 years of 4 & 5 star ratings. 35 parts per million, the highest allowable amount of thujone (if you're into that sort of thing). From the #1 producing country of Absinthe in the world. 72%, the alcohol level (again, if you're into that sort of thing). 1811, the year Lamercer started fermenting fine products. 3:1, the perfect ratio of water to Absinthe. 6, the number of times I've ordered it. 4, the number of bottles I ordered last time I ordered it. 72 ml, the largest bottle you can buy. 0, the amount of sugar needed to savor this treat. Lastly, I will say, that if you don't like Jagermeister because of the anise flavor, that doesn't mean you won't like this. The additional herbs balance this out nicely.

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