All Deluxe Absinthes are distilled, which means that they use a very complex and time intensive production method. This guarantees an extraordinary smooth and balanced taste. A simpler production method is maceration.
Absinthe La Maison Fontaine is a typical La Bleue Absinthe, but it is distilled in France (Pontarlier), not Switzerland. It has a very fresh and crisp taste. 15 traditional herbs are used for distillation.
Absinthe La Coquette is based on a recipe from 1889. It has a dark green color, the taste is flowerish with significant notes of green anise.
Jde Absinthe Terminus Oxygénée is a historically accurate Absinthe. It plays homage to one of the most interesting Absinthes of the Belle Époque era: Absinthe Oxygénée. This brand separated itself from its peers by a specialized hot oxygenation production process.
Absinthe Libertine Amer represents what many Absintheurs are looking for. This Absinthe is distilled in the historical region of Fougerolles in France. It has a smooth taste, no sugar is added and it belongs in the category of bitter spirits, which stands for a triple amount of wormwood.
This Absinthe comes almost straight from the alambic. The alcohol level is reduced from 85% to 80%. An intense herbal sensation and a thick louche are characteristic of Brute 80.
Kubler was one of the first Absinthes that could be bought legally in the USA after Absinthe legalisation in 2007. This one is the original EU version. It is the Swiss original, made after the classic Absinthe recipe from 1863.
Abisinthe Amer is a distilled Absinthe from France with a higher wormwood content.
Absinthe Montmartre is the first and probably only traditionally distilled, naturally colored, Austrian Deluxe Absinthe. A true old-Viennese specialty. It tastes special, a citrus note is present and the anise level is low.
Absinthe Francois Guy is the three times winner of the Golden Absinthe Spoon. In the 2002, 2003 and 2004 this Absinthe won the medal for the best French Absinthe at the Absinthiades, the annual Absinthe Fair which takes place in Pontarlier, France.
This is a premium green Absinthe from Switzerland which is distilled with wine alcohol. This gives this Absinthe a very interesting "fruity" taste.
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