Distilled at the Val-de-Travers according to traditional distilling methods. The herbs used to distill this Verte are all obtained from the Val-de-Travers region, which contribute to Absinthe Bizarre's characteristic and unique taste. A Verte from the Val-de-Travers is always something special.
This Absinthe is based on a recipe from 1889. It has a dark green color, the taste is flowerish with significant notes of green anise and hints of vanilla. It is distilled with wine alcohol, what gives this Absinthe a brandy like smell. Overall a pretty good French Absinthe.
To celebrate its 80th anniversary, the Abtshof distillery produced this Limited Edition Absinthe with an alcohol level of 80%. Some people think that 80% spirits are only for the hardcore drinkers, but when mixed with 3 parts water, this brand can convince you otherwise with a nice herbal taste. Collectors pharmacy bottle.
In reference to the fabled era Belle Époque this Absinthe is distilled after a classic composition of 12 herbs, including wormwood, green anise, fennel, vanilla and calamus. Overall, this Absinthe is a wonderful sensual experience.
Absinthe Gold68 uses maximum wormwood for the strongest thujon concentration, but skips anise to avoid a dominating licorice taste. Instead, stimulating citrus notes are present, which give this Absinthe a pleasant body.
Absinthe Suisse Verte is a blend of the finest wormwood and 11 aromatic mountain herbs give this Absinthe the enchanted sensations of the Green Fairy. Once you open the bottle, you will smell the premium quality of the wormwood used. No artemisia absinthium/wormwood is used for coloration, it is only used for distillation. Therefore you will experience a very balanced Absinthe, though powerful from its recipe. For newbies and connoisseurs alike, Suisse Verte is the perfect Absinthe choice!
We recommend preparing Absinthe Suisse Verte with one part Absinthe, three parts fresh water and one or two sugar cubes.
Absinthe Brevans A.O. Spare is a Swiss, green Absinthe. It has a very balanced taste. The product is dedicated to a famous artist: The English painter Austin Osman Spare, who died in 1956.
Bottled as it comes out of the alembic, this absinthe is completely undiluted. Despite of its high alcohol content, the taste of the Eichelberger 83,2 is very well balanced. All the Eichelberger absinthes are produced traditionally, with only quality herbs.
The Jade Esprit Edouard absinthe, a replica of the historical Edouard Pernod, is an absinthe for connoisseurs. By 1897, the house of Edouard Pernod boasted a reputation for crafting some of the best absinthe the world has ever known. At the time of the ban (in 1915 in France), Edouard Pernod had become the 3rd largest absinthe distiller in France. The Edouard Pernod label was considered by many absinthe connoisseurs to be one of the finest marques, certainly on par with the famed Pernod Fils, A. Junod and Fritz Duval labels.
Almost a century later, bottles of perfectly preserved Edouard Pernod absinthe have yielded the secrets of this famed producer. The exquisite taste of this antique absinthe is incredibly smooth and delicious. The Jade Esprit Edouard absinthe is a fabulously faithful reproduction of the famous Edouard Pernod 72° absinthe that was highly popular during the Belle Époque.
This was the first Jade Absinthe that was launched by Ted Breaux. It is still an all time favorite. Jade Absinthe Nouvelle-Orléans offers an unique perfume and texture. Several medicinal plants and flowers, including wormwood, are macerated in a wine-based alcohol and then distilled in 100 year old alambics. Its light green color comes from a second infusion of plants in the resulting distillate. The aromas are bright yet complex and savory; it is a true apéritif, one that stimulates the appetite while cleansing and refreshing the palate with its crisp, rich taste. The finish is long and fresh, with its attractive floral components lingering long after the last sip.