German Absinthe

Recommended is the high quality distilled absinthe from the Eichelberger distillery, the experimental flower colored absinthe from Neuzeller, and the refreshingly minty Corvus absinthe.

Sadly most of the absinthe you can find available in Germany is low-quality, especially the brands sold in supermarkets. Below you can find only excellent quality German absinthe.

Absinthe in Germany during the Belle Epoque:



Although France, Switzerland and Germany are all neighbors, for some reason only the former two went mad for absinthe, absolutely loving it. In Germany, things were rather different. Absinthe was forbidden in Germany in 1923, but only out of caution. The German government thought it wise to follow its neighbours, banning absinthe 13 years after the Swiss (1910) and 7 years after the French (1915).
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Absinthe Neuzeller Venus - 50cl

Germany / 72%
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Sweet, this absinthe is flavoured with rose buds.

Neuzeller Venus is sweet, and flavoured with rose buds. It reveals herbal and fruity notes. Its light bitterness and an alcohol level that is lower than the three other Neuzeller absinthes, make this absinthe a very “feminine” one. A ...

 $86/Liter  $43
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Absinthe Neuzeller Malvales - 50cl

Germany / 72%
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An absinthe which is both strong and smooth, flavoured with Hibiscus.

The strong character of the mallow flowers give this absinthe its unmistakable aroma. You can smell eucalyptus, a scent of mint and elements of citrus. The relatively dark color may seem unusual, however, is indicative for this is typical for macerated mallo ...

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