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Provenance
The seeds and stems approach to absinth lives on…at Paul Devoille.

http://www.heureverte.com/content/view/412/270/

un brin de plante d'absinthe est présent dans la bouteille !

Son amertume extrème la réserve aux amateurs de sensations fortes !
absinthist
http://www.feeverte.net/forum/index.php?s=…st&p=181250

Not bitter at all.
Jaded Prole
More poop.gif from those who should know better.
Tibro
QUOTE(Paul Devoille @ Oct 15 2010, 08:37 PM) *

Son amertume extrème la réserve aux amateurs de sensations fortes !


QUOTE(absinthist @ Oct 15 2010, 08:47 PM) *

Not bitter at all.


Hmmm, who to believe?
hartsmar
For once Boggy is not far from the truth...
It's surprising how little of the expected harsh bitterness is in it.
It's much more floral than you'd expect.

though I'm not saying it's a masterpiece. It's not "art", you know...
absinthist
I have tasted it-maybe the sample was that smooth. Always listen to the heart, never to such evident liars like me or Devoille.
Tibro
I can't tell if you mean that truthfully or not.
absinthist
You should ask Devoille, then. Having two opinions is better than none. Both are biased, though.

Undercoloured, stupid idea-yes, bitter-no. Nice fennel-indeed.

G&C
It's bad enough that you said it once…
Shabba53
You should ask Devoille, then. Having two opinions is better than none. Both are biased, though.

Undercoloured, stupid idea-yes, bitter-no. Nice fennel-indeed.


Tibro
You're starting to sound exactly like Bawky. Maybe you need a long rest under a shady tree while you contemplate retirement.
Shabba53
I was making fun of his repetitive posts. Maybe you missed it.
Tibro
You should've added underling. In red.

And green.

Okay, black too.

Circles, arrows and exclamation marks.

I need these things pointed out clearly and emphatically.

But I appreciate your subtly.
Shabba53
That would've been a good idea. But posting pics on this damned thing is a pain in the ass compared to a computer.
Marc
I tasted it at the Absinthiades bar and it was awful, terribly bitter and astringent.
Maybe you don't get that impression from a newly opened bottle but the glass I had was totally sinkable.
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