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 Maldoror - 50cl

Germany / 66.6%
(6 Reviews)

Simply the very first blended absinthe on the market!

The Maldoror absinthe is simply the very first blended absinthe on the market! One could wonder about the gustatory quality of such an absinthe, the very first of its kind, but the answer has already been given in October 2010 by the Absinthiade ...

 $69/Liter  $34.50
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Absinthe Le Vélo - 50cl

Germany / 69%
(2 Reviews)

Distilled with deep natural green colour.

Le Vélo is a distilled absinthe with natural green colouring. Winner of the top prize at the 2011 Absinthiades competition.

 $72/Liter  $36
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Absinthe Maldoror - 10cl

Germany / 66.6%

Simply the very first blended absinthe on the market!

The Maldoror absinthe is simply the very first blended absinthe on the market! One could wonder about the gustatory quality of such an absinthe, the very first of its kind, but the answer has already been given in October 2010 by the Absinthiade ...

 $120/Liter  $12
In stock
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