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Cami Toulouse Lautrec

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Average Score: 64
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Alcohol Level: 66 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.1a-absinth.com: "This brand is made in a small czech destillery, according to an old family recipe from 1866. It is hard to find and has a good balanced, fruity taste that reminds a little of Segarra absinth."
Absinthe Cami Toulouse Lautrec at Absinthes.com

Review:

Reviewed by Hartsmar 5/2/2005

COLOR BEFORE WATER 10/10
It's a blanche, and it's clear...

LOUCHE ACTION 7/10
A nice louche is slowly being built up. It's not quite as thick as I'd want it, but it's very nice.

COLOR AFTER WATER 9/10
A slight yellowish hue is present, just very little, but still there. Should be without that...

AROMA 17/30
Before adding water: It's a nice smell coming from the glass, but it's nothing very complex or intense. It's ordinary but not bad. After adding water: It's promising but it just won't come out of the glass. It never reaches a point where it's really good. It's just plain ordinary.

MOUTH-FEEL 5/10
It's rather nice but it could be fuller. It leaves a spicy form of after taste. I'm not saying it's bad, it's actually rather interesting. But the mouth-feel is nothing special.

TASTE 11/20
The taste is actually very nice. It's a bit unusual of sorts. It's that spiciness that keeps coming out. I think I recall something like that in the K├╝bler 57 as well. I do enjoy it, but it lacks some herbal complexity and that really smooth taste that many others present. Still, it's a decent drink.

OVERALL IMPRESSION 5/10
There is really nothing special about it. Nothing that is terribly bad but nothing that makes it stand out of the crowd, at least nothing that has anything to do with this score-sheet.

Hartsmar scores Cami Toulouse Lautrec 64 out of 100

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