Clear Absinthe

This is usually the favourite of people trying absinthe for the first time, and of the most experience absintheurs: where absinthe drinkers settle again in the end, having explored the world of green absinthe. Quite simply because it is balanced and delicious. Much of the finest absinthe is clear. Also known as Blanche, La Bleue, and white absinthe. The name La Bleue refers to absinthe from Switzerland, and blanche to clear absinthe from anywhere else.

These absinthes are mainly clear, and they can appear slightly blue when diluted with water. These absinthes are not coloured with herbs after the distillation step, which is why they remain clear. This means their flavour is less herbal, instead being smoother. Usually they contain less alcohol than green absinthe.
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A complex and clear absinthe from Brittany, with a refreshing citrus aroma. Orga...

Finn – this name is derived from the Gaelic word fionn, meaning white or bright. A very fitting name for this clear absinthe. Julien Fanny, distiller of Absinthe Finn Blanche, has used 7 incredibly high quality organic her ...

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