Absinthe Pernod - Recette Traditionnelle - 70cl

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Rated 4/5 based on 17 customer reviews
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The label of the Pernod Absinthe with its old fashioned style aims to remind of the prestige and tradition of Pernod, and its recipe.

It aims to bring back the original Pernod Fils - using a recipe from the 19th Century. This absinthe is distilled from a wine alcohol base, in a French distillery in Thuir (not far from Perpignan). All artificial colours were banned from the previous recipe, and its now natural green colour is obtained through maceration with nettles.

Pernod also uses the world renowned Pontarlier wormwood - the place where the legendary Pernod Fils distillery used to distill its absinthe.

A decent absinthe with a nice variety of herbs.

The Pernod Absinthe after water is added.
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    1,3 kg
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    68% vol
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    Pernod Ricard Deutschland GmbH, Habsburgerring 2, 50674 Köln, DE
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    Mix with water before drinking.
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17 review(s)      |      Average score :

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By Billlee2330

Added on the : 05/07/2019 English

Extremely good absinthe! Try it out. Not as good as the old Pernod Fils, but very close. Refreshing drink.

By Solanaceae

Added on the : 20/12/2018 English

This absinthe did not become a staple in my collection. It was the only absinthe at the airport in Prague that was not just artificially dyed and flavoured vodka. I would never buy another bottle but would not refuse a glass if offered one. Rather unremarkable and dull, does not live up to its name.

By GimmyMAV

Added on the : 06/11/2017 English

As expected, amazing service. Item arrived at my place earlier then expected! Thanks a lot for everything

By Lucky

Added on the : 20/10/2017 English

Having had this years ago in Paris, maybe the ambiance or time but just wasn’t impressed, with this version.
Better luck next time


Added on the : 11/09/2017 English

I was extremely pleased with my Absinthe shipment. The packaging was some of the best I have ever seen. Though getting the bottle shipped to the United States was slow, it was not unreasonable. I received shipping updates through the entire process so I knew where it was all along it's path. I have enjoyed making authentic Sazeracs for my friends.

By Scott C.

Added on the : 28/02/2017 English

Pleasant anise prominence with supportive wormwood bitterness.

By Janne

Added on the : 19/11/2016 English

This is one of my favorite absinthes, definitely top 3.
I have never tasted a pre-ban absinthe, and sadly I don't think I ever will, but this must come pretty close.
Just the name and bottle itself makes for a nice trip to the belle epoque.
The deep green colour is world class, and the louche starts with smoky trails down the glass and builds slowly from the bottom and up.
When louched it is a beautiful opalescent, cloudy bright green.
It fills the room with a wonderful aroma of anise, and that's also the first thing to greet you in the mouth.
This one is quite heavy on the anise and fennel, with a strong finish of bitter wormwood.
A smooth silky feel on the tongue and gomme after a couple of sips, with some bitterness that lingers for a while.
Not the most complex, but a very traditional, and what I think a close representation of a pre-ban, belle epoque absinthe.
I drink this without any sugar, in a 2,5/1 ratio, but those who don't appreciate some bitterness might add a sugar cube.
I will make sure to always have a bottle of Pernods in my bar.

By Doothis

Added on the : 25/09/2015 English

Smoothe yet throaty. Sure it's not Prague/Hungary or Amsterdam but it is the closest thing that I found in usa. A bit on the licorice after taste side yet once that floats away....energy and good times.

By gherrin

Added on the : 25/06/2015 English

In many ways, I'm a novice to absinthe. I have tried the varieties available to me here. Pernod is wonderful, subtle, tasteful, and offers many hints of taste if one lingers with each sip. I would recommend it to anyone.
It tastes of something I never experienced before. I'm from Kentucky. I used to only drink bourbon. Bourbon is still fine, but I ask for a Pernod first.

By Absinthe Revivist

Added on the : 14/09/2014 English

Definitely better than Pernod's last attempt. Still well short of Jade's PF 1901.

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