Absinthe Septante 7 - 75cl

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The Septante 7 is one of the strongest Swiss absinthe from the Val-de-Travers.

What makes this absinthe so intriguing is that although it has a very high abv, its taste os surprisingly well balanced. The Septante 7 Absinthe is aromatic, refreshing and strong at the same time. This recipe was first used by the founder of the Bovet distillery, Willy Bovet. He taught his daughter who now runs the business, how to make this special absinthe.

Aniseed and wormwood are the two dominant herbs in the Septante 7.

This absinthe is also available in 10cl.

Discover our tasting notes of La Valote Bovet - Absinthe Septante 7 here.
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  • Capacity :
    75cl
  • Shipping Weight :
    1,3 kg
  • Distillery :
  • Country of Origin :
  • Alcohol Content :
    77% vol
  • Color :
    Clear
  • Coloration :
  • Description :
    Spirit
  • Responsible Food Company :
    RUEVERTE GmbH, Herrgasse 3, 79294 Sölden, DE
  • Usage :
    Mix with water before drinking.
  • Production Method :
  • City / Region :
    Môtiers / Val-de-Travers
  • Anise taste :
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  • Product Type :
    Absinthe

La Valote Bovet, Switzerland

Willy Bovet, founder of the Bovet family distillery, was a former watchmaker from the Val-de-Travers, where absinthe was invented. After absinthe was declared legal again in 2005, Mr Bovet and two other absinthe distillers founded the collective “La Valote” distillery. They split up later and separated into three individual, family-run distilleries.

The Bovet distillery is located in Môtiers, home to many distilleries before the absinthe prohibition in 1910. To this day, all Bovet absinthes are handmade according to historic recipes and distillation techniques. Starting with the cultivation of herbs, the drying and cutting, maceration and distillation, up until the final coloration step. The passion for absinthe and the skills obtained by the Bovet family that are being passed onto each new generation – this makes these absinthes what one calls a “classic Swiss Bleue”: refreshing and strong on aniseed!

Robert Bobillier, a former clandestine absinthe distiller taught Willy Bovet the art of absinthe distilling and herb cultivation. He passed his knowledge onto his daughter Francoise, who runs the distillery since 2018.

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10 review(s)      |      Average score :

By illiad

Added on the : 28/09/2017 English

This is one of my very favorite Absinthes clean and simple easy to pick out it's true character

By Thomas Boston

Added on the : 11/08/2013 English

This is one of my favorite Val de Travers absinthes and in my opinion the best product from Valote. Highly recommended - especially for absintheurs that are already familiar with distilleries Clandestine and La P´tite.
Whereas the typical Val de Travers absinthe is very floral and fresh, this has more complexity and earthyness, perhaps from angelica root. It is quite herbal and complex and very intense. Perfect for a strong dilution with an icecube added for sipping. I think they should work on the label, but there is a certain charm to the graphical VdT-style. A "must try before you die - absinthe".

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