This mellow and exotic absinthe is as original as it is charming. Read the whole description
Since the year 2000, the Serpis absinthe existed in three colours: green, blue and red.
Nowadays, only the red one still exists. Le producer probably wanted to underline the exotic side of this absinthe.
The Licores Sinc Society was founded in 1964. It is specialized in the elaboration, the bottle filling and the distribution of spirits.
It offers many different drinks, although the main part of its production is concentrated on the “Aperitivo de Café”, an coffee based aperitif.
- At first, savour your Serpis Classic 65 with half a piece of sugar. Then, accoring to your taste, add more or less.
- For one measure of absinthe (3cl), add 2 to 5 measures of fresh water.
By ggAdded on the : 01/04/2017
Very nice for the money!! I was expecting it to be kinda gimmicky being red, but its really good actually, more flavor than the blanche but still light. I think one of the best values for the money, I'll be getting it again.
By matatoroAdded on the : 30/03/2017
This isn't an absinthe for drinking by itself, at least not to my taste, but if you want to make a Nardo, Serpis 65 is the *only* absinthe.
By Jean LafitteAdded on the : 10/07/2014
I would ask people to ignore the red color and try this - its a hidden gem. The bright red louche gives way to a beautiful orange louche. It has, to me, a distinct mint overtone with a nice finish.
I've been waiting a long time for this to get back in stock. Good absinthe!
By LasseAdded on the : 13/01/2014
A hardy, complex, refreshing drink maybe best enjoyed in really freezing or really hot weather (not to be consumed quickly). I would find it enjoyable even without the artificial coloration even though I have to admit that the tone radiates a powerful allure.
By wv ericAdded on the : 26/02/2012
I really like the serpis absinthe. Good flavor and wonderful color. Easy to find yourself on your third glass before you know it.