Eichelberger 80 Brute is probably the best German “blanche” absinthe. It follows logically the success of it’s older version, Eichelberger 68.
This absinthe, although it has a high alcohol level has a round and mellow palate.
Unsweetened, it contains only quality herbs.
It is up to you to select your favourite among the big Eichelberger family, as all tastes are different.
An absinthe to discover!
The Coeur d'Absinthe - Double Distillation is an absinthe with personality that combines the spiciness of the green anise with the biterness of the grand wormwood.
The absinthe Coeur d'Absinthe - Double Distillation recieved a bronze medal at the 2009 Absinthiades in Pontarlier.
The ancient recipe of this sugarless absinthe is obtained especially by distillation of a mixture of green anise and wormwood. However, many other plants, finely selected, are also part of its composition: star anise, fennel, gentian or even mugwort.
A discovery to be missed neither from the novices nor from the connoisseurs !
Remarkably balanced, Duplais Blanche has very complex aromas. Probably the most successful “blanche” Swiss absinthe.
After Duplais Verte, it is the second absinthe of the Duplais trio “Absinthe Art Edition”
Produced according to an authentic French recipe from the XIXth century, (drawn from the treaty of liquor production by P. Duplais), it is coloured naturally, using only plants, and does not contain any sugar.
As well as its older sisters, it is the product of a distillation that uses only high quality herbs mainly grown in the Val-de-Travers.
A surprising “Blanche” absinthe, for connoisseurs.
The pleasing outline of this spoon is a leaf, but the beauty is in the detail as well as the shape: the elegant form of a wormwood plant, Artemisia Absinthium, is represented as a cutout shape in the centre of the spoon.