Absinthe Neuzeller Malvales - 50cl

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The strong character of the mallow flowers give this absinthe its unmistakable aroma. You can smell eucalyptus, a scent of mint and elements of citrus. The relatively dark color may seem unusual, however, is indicative for this is typical for macerated mallows.

An exciting combination, which definitely should be tried!

World Spirits Award 2011 "Silver"

Aroma: Wormwood is predominant. A strong fennel and anise component, some chervil, caramel, citrus, juniper, and mint.

Taste: Lots of anise, wormwood, fennel, cumin, apple-pear-like freshness, oranges, something subdued herbal spice, eucalyptus.

The colour of this absinthe has changed and is now slighlty yellowish.
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    1,152 kg
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  • Alcohol Content :
    72% vol
  • Color :
    Natural red
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  • Responsible Food Company :
    Neuzeller Klosterbrennerei AG, Frankfurter Str. 34, 15898 Neuzelle, DE
  • Usage :
    Mix with water before drinking.
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    Neuzelle / Brandenburg
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Neuzeller Abbey, Germany

Neuzeller distillery's know-how goes back as far as 1589.

In 1997, the old buildings and installations could be reused. They also renewed the still. The old distillery tradition was reborn and today offers its visitors a great attraction.

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By Carlo

Added on the : 19/02/2016 English

I was curious to try a red absinthe, and this was the only distilled red available (no Rubis, no Maitresse Rouge). I was disappointed at first. The color is very light, much lighter than in the picture, like a cognac, and I think that a product that sensitive to light should come in a dark brown glass bottle. I didn't like the steel screw cap either. My first test was without sugar: there a strong scent of alcohol, and a dryness that covered alla other scents. On my second try I used a sugar cube. I also realised that the scent of alcohol decreased by the minutes. So I suggest using sugar and letting it rest a while in the glass. Prepared this way this absinthe reveals its sweet flowery notes and becomes quite interesting. Not the everyday absinthe, but good for a change.

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