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All the kewl kidz are fakely aging their absinthe, why shouldn't you?

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With this one we try to close the gap between new products and vintage Absinthe. Obviously we were using a historic formula, but the real innovative part of production is processing the product after distillation. We're looking forward your comments!

Jack Batemaster
Qui est-ce ?
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Markus. I can't wait for his I Can't Believe It's Not Thujone™ imitation thujone flavoring syrup to go with his I Can't Believe It Stays This Green In The Texas Sun™ coloring agent.
Tibro
Well, you just know it's gonna be bitter.
G&C
Bitter than what?
Jack Batemaster
Pas moi.
Jack Batemaster
C'est un peu chèr.

http://www.absinthe.de/ABSINTHE/Origin-of-…nthe-Segarra-68
Jack Batemaster
Zut. Ce forum l'est cassé !

Segarra 68 est un peu cher.
Bruno Rygseck
I just tasted the Prototype 45. It has some nice flowery aromas, good color and it isn't bitter, but there is something un-absinthe-like (of what I think I know so far) in its taste -- tea or tobacco -- just slightly so. I'd like some more anise sweetness.
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