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Anise Spirit - Anise Pernod Fils - 1 L

Discover the taste of an authentic anise aperitif, produced by Pernod Fils at the end of the 1970s   Read the whole description

Anise Spirit - Anise Pernod Fils - 1 L

Discover the taste of an authentic anise aperitif, produced by Pernod Fils at the end of the 1970s
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  • Distillery : Pernod Fils Vintage & Tarragona
  • Alcohol Content : 45%
  • Production Method : Maceration
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Discover the taste of an authentic anise aperitif, as produced by Pernod Fils in France and also at their other distillery in Tarragona in Spain, same same distillery in which the production of absinthe, long banned in France, continued unabated.

This is a 1 litre bottle which dates from the end of the 1970s and is part of a cache of 36 bottle recently uncovered in Spain.



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  • 1 L
  • Pernod Fils Vintage & Tarragona
  • Spain
  • 45%
  • Maceration
  • Tarragona
  • Yes
  • Steel screw cap
  • Natural
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By dm Olh. Posted 20/11/2013

This bottling seems to be a sugar free version of modern Pernod anis, also with the very same artificial hue, checked side by side (that may explain why it was, according to the label, produced by a third party in Barcelona). My bottling has apparently suffered from 40 years of storage, having its badiane went somewhat flat, making the slight "pond-like" character of modern Pernod disturbingly strong, now smelling like rubber. Not as good as a new Pernod anis, but putting aside the rubber-like smell, it's still fairly drinkable.