Absinthe WOLF - Valkyria distillery - 50cl

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Rated 3.5/5 based on 7 customer reviews
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Wolf Absinthe is a project by a heavy metal band called WOLF - the idea of having their own absinthe has interested this group for a while, after all artists have always had this special attraction to absinthe.

In this absinthe, you will find floral notes and the taste of wormwood, anise and fennel (of course!), and a hint of coriander.

The Swedish heavy metal band WOLF and Henrik, with the fruit of their collaboration: Absinthe WOLF.

Wolf has a lighter anise profile than most traditional absinthes, which makes it good for beginners.
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    1,2 kg
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    66.6% vol
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    Valkyria Distillery, Hedvägen 21 B, 78542 Mockfjärd, SE
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    Mix with water before drinking.
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    Lindesber, Stockholm
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Valkyria, Sweden

Makers of the first Swedish absinthe! The Valkyria Distillery is a youthful distillery. Starting out in 2011 in a disused church and going by the name 'Sankta Annas Bränneri', this is a true absinthe micro-distillery, with distillation, bottling and almost everything being carried out by owner Henrik Larsson. A lot of love goes into these spirits.

Absinthe Valkyria was the first legal Swedish absinthe, and since it has been launched has gained lots of fans, and been awarded a respectable number of medals in international spirits contests.

The distilleries other absinthes are also unique: Absinthe WOLF, light on anise, still very drinkable indeed. A collaboration with the heavy metal band of the same name. And Midvinterblot, an amber absinthe, with cinnamon and Swedish winter spices - unique!

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7 review(s)      |      Average score :

By Lucifer

Added on the : 26/11/2016 English

Great taste,quite smooth, but still with a bite....

By Green Fairy

Added on the : 26/11/2016 English

This is an Absinthe just in my taste.
It´s not an thin chemical kind of Absinthe, it really has something to say when you taste it. Love it both straight and with water.
No need at all to add suger.
Highly recommended!

By xtcid

Added on the : 09/11/2016 English

Pleasant taste, Tastes a lot like Absinthe A from Denmark. It does not louche well. I would drink this again.

By Tebbes

Added on the : 04/11/2016 English

Wow, this is the worst absinthe I've tasted in years! I'm not the reviewing type and I don't like to be negative but I really need to complain about this one.
When I opened the bottle the cork had a nasty bright green coloring which makes me believe this absinthe is artificially colored.
If you drip the water really, really slowly there is a weak louche, but it's surely no louche to watch and admire.
The taste reminds me of cheap Czech absinthes which are pretty dull and uninspiring.

All in all I think this is not a distilled product, but an artificially colored and flavored oil mix.
Maybe this is usable for mix drinks, but because I don't use absinthe this way I threw it away after drinking two glasses.

Horrible! Be warned!!

By StrategyMojo

Added on the : 05/06/2013 English

It is a full flavored smack upside the head. After you get past the initial blast of flavor there are plenty of subtle notes working on the front end and the back end of the tast. I found no need for sugar, just a good mix of super chilled (I like sparkling) water. It actually goes well with loud rock and roll... Hmmmm....

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