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1797


Average Score: 83
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 75 %

Description: From the vendor: An extremely limited production of one of the first known written absinthe recipes discovered, written down for posterity in 1797 and attributed to Abram-Louis Perrenoud, Henri-Louis Pernod's father. Translated from old French and put into production by two absinthe historians using anicient measurements and colouring techniques, along with only local Pontarlier absinthe plants, it shows another side to absinthe that had been modified so many times during the 19th century. It is more herbaceous and slightly medicinal, as it was most likely originally intended, yet quite tasty, and it has a louche that is more of a light, opaque olive green instead of milky white. This may have been what absinthe was like before the Pernod son went main-stream and is certainly an interesting historical experiment.

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Absenta Argenti, circa 1940


Average Score: 70
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

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Absenta Argenti, circa 1970


Average Score: 70
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

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Absenta Augustin Bofil, circa 1969


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %

Description: A classic spanish style absinthe much like the early Montana, Escat and other semi-vintage absentas.

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Absinth Love 69


Average Score: 71
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 69 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz in Couvet, Switzerland. A label that leaves little to your imagination. Made to please the clubbing crowd and youth of Germany. Absinthe Absinth Love 69 at Absinthes.com

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Absinthe Dechanet, circa 1910


Average Score: 83
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %

Description: Dechanet were a mid -sized high quality Pontarlier producer. Intact pre-ban bottles are very scarce.

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Absinthe Edouard Pernod - Lunel (Herault), circa 1870-1880


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: From Oxygenee.com: The branch of Edouard Pernod in Lunel was sold off and changed it's name to Gempp Pernod in 1880, so this bottle can be dated with confidence to prior to that date. It's the earliest intact sealed absinthe bottle yet unearthed.

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Absinthe La Berthe de Joux


Average Score: 83
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 56 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Emile Pernot , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to Emile-Pernot: The Berthe de Joux absinthe from the Emile Pernot distillery is the great succes of 2010, and the first original absinthe crafted entirely by our newly appointed master distiller, with very rich mountainous fragrances combined with a refinement reminding the greatest absinthes from the 19th century, a BIG surprise that met a tremendous infatuation all around the world.

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Absinthe Prométhée


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: According to Absinthe.se: The Absinthe Prométhée from the Matter-Luginbühl distillery in Kallnach, Switzerland is quite an interesting drink... It began with a guy starting as an apprentice at the distillery, Mike Schütz. He came up with a recipe of his own and distillery master Oliver Matter helped him realize the dream of making it.

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Absinthe Roquette 1797


Average Score: 80
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 75 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to Liqueurs de France: The Roquette 1797 is a complex, unusual and spicy absinthe, based directly on a late 18th century manuscript recipe. It represents the first serious attempt in the modern era to recreate an absinthe from the very birth of La Fee Verte, when the drink straddled the line between liquor and potion, when it was as much magical and mysterious elixir as fashionable aperitif. The 1797 contains the classic trinity of anise, fennel and grande wormwood, together with several other herbs, some of which will be found in no other commercially available absinthe. The absinthe is batch distilled in Pontarlier in an antique alambic, and is available in only very limited quantities. The oldest distillations in the final Roquette bottling are nearly 18 months old, the youngest around 6 months, and this degree of maturation will be preserved in on going production.
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Absinthe Sauvage 1804


Average Score: 91
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Emile Pernot

Description: According to Emile Pernot: Sauvage is the French word for wild or uncultivated. The wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) we have used in the distillation of the Sauvage is entirely harvested from wild-grown wormwood, as found in the Jura mountains since time immemorial and celebrated for centuries for the richness and unique perfume of its essential oil."

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Absinthe Suisse Grande Distillerie Lyonnaise, circa 1895


Average Score: 96
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Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: From Oxygenee.com:Lyons was a noticable centre for absinthe production, and an "absinthe Lyonnaise" was a specific regional recipe (a high percentage of angelica root in the distillation, and veronica added to the colouring step). "Absinthe Suisse" was the highest quality designation possible in the era, indicating a naturally coloured absinthe of the finest quality. The wording "Grande Distillerie Lyonnaise" almost certainly indicates that this was manufactured by the Ferrand Freres distillery in Lyon.

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Absinthe Valkyria


Average Score: 74
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Country of Origin: Sweden
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: First modern Swedish distilled absinthe. Distilled at Sankta Annas Bränneri, a small batch distillery located in an old church in Lindesberg, Sweden.

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Absintissimo La Fée Verte

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Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %

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Akveld's Artisanale Absinthe Blanche


Average Score: 90
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Country of Origin: Netherlands
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to Absinthes.com: When Mr. S. Helfrich announced he was stopping producing absinthes (blanche and verte) at the end of 2009, the news came as a big hammer stroke for most of the absinthe lovers. That’s why Ton Akveld decided to take up the torch and bring back those absinthes to life, using the same recipes, for everyone’s happiness. Ton’s absinthes are traditionally distilled using entirely natural products including numerous herbs such as grand wormwood, green anise, fennel, angelica, coriander, mint and melissa (not to mention other natural herbs).

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Alandia Epoque


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Alandia

Description: According to Alandia.de:
Like Maison ALANDIA Absinthe Époque was developed in cooperation with the international known Absinthe connaisseur "deep forest". The task for this Absinthe was to create a complex but balanced Absinthe, with a smooth note without any bitterness, enhanced by the herbal touch of calamus, resulting in the typical French Absinthe impression. The result is here and we are proud to present it to all Absinthe connaisseurs around the world.

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Angelique Verte Suisse

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Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to the manufacturer: Angélique is a genuine Verte Suisse absinthe, distilled using 12 plants, including angelica and grande wormwood from the Val-de-Travers. Steeping a mixture of aromatic plants in the distillate produces its natural colour.
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Belle Amie


Average Score: 89
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to Liqueurs de France: Absinthe Belle Amie was created for the world-renowned Parisian absinthe-specialist shop Vert d'Absinthe. Liqueurs de France was presented with an absinthe recipe from 1908 that the owner had always wanted to experiment with and commercialize under his own label. The project was presented to the Emile Pernot Distillery which agreed to host, and distillation began in February 2007. Every effort was made to remain faithful to its historic origins and even some of the plant ingredients were grown on a private farm in Pontarlier. Belle Amie is an absinthe that remains outside the norm of modern interpretations. Herbaceous and refreshing at the same time, it really shines when a sugar cube is slowly dissolved in the deep, olive-coloured liquid.

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Blanche Traditionelle - Brut d'alambic


Average Score: 85
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 82 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: [From the manufacturer] Blanche Traditionelle presents extremely concentrated aromas from the variety of aromatic plants used including grand and petite wormwood, green anise, coriander, hyssop, génépi, camomile, fennel, veronica and angelica. It is remarkably intense in taste, yet retains the impression of sweetness and is only lightly bitter. It should be served mixed with a minimum of 4 parts ice-water and sugar can be added if you prefer, but always keep in mind that it is twice as strong as virtually any other commercial spirit.

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Blanche de Fougerolles 74

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Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 74 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : "LDF decided to present distiller Hugues de Miscault with the challenge of working with an absinthe recipe directly from the pages of late 19th century French liquoriste manuals, such as those by Duplais and Brévans. Blanche de Fougerolles is made with a grape-alcohol base, and combines grande and petite wormwood, green anise, hyssop, veronica, chamomile, génepi, fennel, coriander and angelica; all individually distilled into full 80° alcoholates, blended, and then reduced to 74% abv. The alcoholic strength of 74% dictated by the original recipe gives this absinthe real backbone, but the grape-based alcohol by no means overpowers the finesse and lingering aromas of the complex combination of aromatic plants in this highly regarded and well documented recipe. This absinthe is often compared to and surpasses in quality, the majority of clandestine Swiss la Bleues made today."
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Blanchette


Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absintheonline.com: "Blanchette", the original absinthe produced by Distillerie Combier (Saumur, France) circa 1900. Blanchette is a Swiss-style, clear absinthe that yields a distinct aroma and flavor of anise and grande wormwood, with a background of alpine herbs. Like our other Jade absinthes, Blanchette is crafted entirely by hand in the antique copper absinthe stills in the Combier distillery. Absinthe Blanchette at Absinthes.com

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Brevans H.R. Giger


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to Absinthe.de: Absinthe Brevans is named for Jacques de Brevans, author of the French liquor-maker's manual, "La Fabrication des Liqueurs". It is based from a recipe in this book dating from 1897. The base alcohol is a balanced mixture of wine alcohol and marc and the herbs used are sourced from the same region as those used by the most famous historical absinthe distillers. Absinthe Brevans is colored naturally, and only with additional plants. The result is a highly complex, authentically reproduced absinthe, worthy of the best makers of the past.

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Camargo


Country of Origin: Brazil
Type: Mixed & Macerated
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Camargo at Absinthes.com

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Clandestine La Bleue


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Liqueurs de France: "Absinthe 'Clandestine' is an authentic La Bleue made in Couvet, Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, the birthplace of absinthe. Its creator Claude-Alain Bugnon was the first clandestine distiller granted legal status by the Swiss government in the spring of 2005. For years he had been responsible for a certain quantity of bootlegged absinthe that brought so much attention and status to this small region. His 'Clandestine' has been and is still considered by many to be the best Swiss La Bleue available today. After tasting several this year at the Boveresse Absinthe Festival, we had to agree and have made arrangements to make it available to our valued clientele. Fresh as an Alpine meadow with bright anise, wildflower and wormwood aromas, a touch of honey and a refreshing, long taste. This absinthe is left uncolored and clear (the bottle is blue) and will take on a milkly opalescence when cold water is added. It is said that Swiss "La Bleue" style absinthes got their name because blue reflections can sometimes be seen in the bright white cloudiness of the louche." Absinthe La Clandestine at Absinthes.com

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Clandestine Recette Marianne (Franco Suisse)

Average Score: 86
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the manufacturer: After conquering the Swiss market, Charlotte la Clandestine wanted to participate in the French Absinthiades in Pontarlier. In order to conform to the strict French laws a new product was conceived only ten days before the actual event. A new product, a new label and… a new medal. Marianne was awarded the Golden Spoon of 2005.
Marianne is of a sharper taste than the Clandestine; less smooth and rather piquant and spicy, with a mild bitterness. A perfect absinthe of 55% vol. with a long-lasting flavor.
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Dornier-Tuller Absinthe, circa 1910


Average Score: 92
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: According to Oxygenee.com: The Dornier-Tuller bottle is a major rarity, the only sealed bottle of this prestigious high quality Pontarlier marque I've ever seen.

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Doubs Mystique Carte d'Or


Average Score: 86
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to Absintheclassics.com: Doubs Mystique "Carte d'or" is a superb ultra-premium absinthe distilled in century old alambics in Pontarlier, in the heart of the Doubs region of eastern France, the historical home of absinthe.
Absinthe Doubs Mystique at Absinthes.com Our aim in formulating and distilling Doubs Mystique Carte d'or was simple: we wanted to make, absolutely without regard to cost or technical difficulties, the finest, most complex, most delicious absinthe possible.

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Duplais Balance

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Average Score: 80
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the manufacturer: Absinthe Duplais Balance is the third and last in the Duplais series. The basis is the same as the other Duplais (Verte and Blanche) a formula from the well known book of P.Duplais from the 19th century, which was slightly adjusted. Meaningless to mention that we use the same high quality herbs that we use for the other Duplais products.
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Duplais Blanche


Average Score: 83
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: [From the manufacturer] Absinthe Duplais is produced with the typical Swiss precision and care. The base is a French receipt dating back to the 19th century. Absinthe Duplais is distilled on old stills, this way we can assure that the result is accurate and authentic. Herbs are maybe the most important factor when it comes to high quality Absinthe. Therefore we have selected the best possible quality to make Absinthe Duplais an adorable, excellent drink.
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Duplais Verte


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to http://www.absinthe.se : This absinthe (comes from) Absinthvertrieb.de. Not entirely surprising since much of this product is thanks to Markus Lion of Absinthvertrieb.de himself… In co-operation with the people at the Matter Luginbühl distillery (the people behind the Kallnacher Blanche) they manufacture this - the first commercial Swiss verte in a very long time. Absinthe Duplais Verte at Absinthes.com

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Eichelberger Brut 80%


Average Score: 77
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 80 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Eichelberger Brut 80 at Absinthes.com

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Eichelberger Limitee Verte

Average Score: 84
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: The winner of the 2005 Absinth-guide.de HG-competition.
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Eichelberger Verte 60


Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Alandia.de: This Absinthe has a modified recipe and makes use of some additional herbs. Very special about this Eichelberger is, that only fresh wormwood (not dried one) is used for the distillation. The result is a fresh and fruity taste.
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Eichelberger Verte 70


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 70 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Eichelberger Verte 70 at Absinthes.com

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Elie Arnaud Denoix


Average Score: 27
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Mixed & Macerated
Alcohol Level: 69 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Manufacturer's website: A lot of painstaking research into old formulas has been done at the Elie Arnaud DENOIX Distillery in order to revive the ancient elixir. the work was carried out with the highest respect for the old traditions using only authentic methods worthy of this fine liqueur. With the help of a research laboratory, it has been possible to develop a totally natural method for eliminating the offending thujone and (ed.note: yawn...), with this out of the way, it has been possible to awaken this "Sleeping Beauty"
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Elixier du Pays des Fées


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: A new distilled absinthe from the famous Val-deTravers. Pays de Fées is a nickname of the Val-deTravers. The Elixier du Pays de Fees is an La Bleue and for the distillation local grown wormwood is used.
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Emanuelle 55 - Vom Fass


Average Score: 49
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %

Description: Manufactured by Paul Devoille, France for the Vom Fass chain to be sold bulk.

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Emile Coulin


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: The Emile Coulin is a low price distilled absinthe from a small distillery in Fougerolles, France. Absinthe Emile Coulin at Absinthes.com

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Extrait d'Absinthe E.Albado, Habana. circa 1930


Average Score: 40
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Country of Origin: Miscellaneous
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %

Description: The first bottle ever discovered of vintage Cuban absinthe. Pre-Castro Cuba had a considerable history of absinthe production - Hemingway drank it there, and used to stock up on his frequent marlin-fishing trips to the island, where he later bought a house. This bottle, produced by the Aldabo Distillery (also known as a rum and curacao producer) appears to be a good quality, naturally coloured absinthe, and likely dates from the mid 1930's. It's in overall excellent condition. This is a unique and almost certainly unrepeatable opportunity to taste an absinthe of the greatest historical interest and romance, most likely the exact product that gave rise to the famous 1931 Hemingway quote: “Got tight last night on absinthe and did knife tricks. Great success shooting the knife underhand into the piano."

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Francois Guy


Average Score: 66
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the old Guy distillery in Pontarlier, France.
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Fritz Duval, Extrait d'Absinthe 72, circa 1895


Average Score: 90
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: According to Oxygenee.com: From the oldest of all absinthe firms, founded in 1798 by Major Dubied, who'd bought the legendary "Dr Ordinaire" recipe from the Henriod sisters. The closest we have to a direct link to the fabled initial formulation of Dr Ordinaire.

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H. Bazinet Jeune, circa 1910


Average Score: 72
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: Founded in 1880, H.Bazinet were an important Pontarlier-basd producer whose absinthe commanded a premium price in the 1900's. Like other top-quality producers, they used an entirely natural chlorophyllic coloration process. This is the first intact bottle of this brand from the pre-ban era recorded so far.

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Helfrich Blanche


Average Score: 88
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Country of Origin: Netherlands
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Vert d'Absinthe

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Helfrich Verte 68


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Netherlands
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe.de , ♣ Alandia

Description: From the manufacturer's website: Absinthe Helfrich is a distilled absinthe, made with merely natural compounds and based on nineteenth century recipes. It is the very first contemporary genuine absinthe that is manufactered in The Netherlands. The rich scent, full taste and spring green colour can be carried back to the use of carefully selected herbs. These herbs have first been macerated in a high quality base alcohol such as has been applied in the Dutch liquor tradition for centuries. The macerate is being distilled, so that unpleasantly bitter and harsh compounds remain in the still while the desired aroma's find their way into the distillate of Helfrich absinthe.

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Jade Edouard 72

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Average Score: 87
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics , ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : "Not since the French ban of 1915 has the world seen a French absinthe that boasts the quality of the famed Edouard Pernod label. Almost a century later, Jade Liqueurs presents: Absinthe Edouard. Absinthe Edouard is absolutely correct to the original, from its delicate tint, to its refined texture and delightfully aromatic finish."
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Jade Edouard 72 "Distiller's Proof"

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Average Score: 83
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Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics , ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : "Not since the French ban of 1915 has the world seen a French absinthe that boasts the quality of the famed Edouard Pernod label. Almost a century later, Jade Liqueurs presents: Absinthe Edouard. Absinthe Edouard is absolutely correct to the original, from its delicate tint, to its refined texture and delightfully aromatic finish. A distiller’s proof refers to a one-time test distillation made in anticipation of a new Jade release. This is an important step that allows minor adjustments to be made pursuant to perfecting a finished product. A proof sample will usually differ slightly from the final version in the areas of fine flavor balance and tint."

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Jade Nouvelle Orleans

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Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ "Absinthe Nouvelle-Orléans represents the inspired work of native New Orleanian T. A. Breaux, and its heritage is rooted in the original New Orleans absinthes that made the Sazerac cocktail and absinthe frappe famous. Its unique distillation of stimulating herbes toniques is just what the Belle Époque apothecaries prescribed for various subtropical ailments. With its light, refreshing mouthfeel to its delectable floral finish, who would want to believe it was just a ‘medicine’?"

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Jade PF 1901

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Average Score: 84
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the vendor: PF 1901 is a classic absinthe, balanced and crisp, with an appetizing herbal aroma and a smooth, lingering aftertaste. It should be noted that a large ‘cache’ of pre-ban Pernod fils absinthe has recently been discovered and amongst the well-preserved bottles, there were a few in a remarkable state of preservation, retaining their original color and freshness. Those who have been fortunate enough to have been able to taste these and have also tasted the pre-release Jade PF 1901, are unanimous in their remarks as to the striking similarities between the vintage bottles and the Jade clone.
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Jade Verte Suisse 65


Average Score: 85
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: From the manufacturer website: "The distillery of C. F. Berger was founded in Couvet, in the canton of Neufchâtel, Switzerland in 1823. The Berger distillery crafted several Swiss style absinthes, the most famous of these being the C. F. Berger 65 degree absinthe verte, which earned its status as one of the premier absinthes of the 19th century. Unfortunately, absinthe crafting at the C. F. Berger distillery came to a halt with the Swiss ban of 1910, and the distillery ceased all activities in Switzerland shortly thereafter. This fine Swiss absinthe was almost lost forever if it had not been for the resurfacing of original, unopened bottles, which Jade Liqueurs was able to secure for preservation. Using proprietary analytical techniques, Jade Liqueurs has painstakingly resurrected this beautiful liquor from extinction."
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Jules Pernod, circa 1910


Average Score: 95
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: From Oxygenee.com: This large and prestigious Avignon based distillery was the bitter rival of Pontarlier-based Maison Pernod Fils. Jules Pernod was one of the top half a dozen absinthe brands of the era.

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Kallnacher Absinthe


Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com : Kallnacher Absinth (using the local German-Swiss spelling) is made by a distillation of traditional plants, including locally grown wormwood, is finished at 55% alcohol and is left uncoloured in the style of Val-de-Travers 'la Bleue'. This is a classic clear Swiss absinthe with pure wormwood and anise to the fore. In a blind-tasting, it is impossible to distinguish from many of the previously clandestine 'la Bleue' absinthes. Absinthe Kallnacher at Absinthes.com

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Kallnacher Red Absinth


Average Score: 53
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 22 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: The Kallnacher Red Absinth isn't really an absinthe, but rather a ready mixed absinthe-cocktail or cocktail base. It's a bitter much like Campari, mixed with Kallnacher Blanche. The base for the Kallnacher Red Absinth is the Martinazzi, a bitter produced by the Matter-Luginbühl distillery, Kallnach, Switzerland. Enjoy the Kallnacher Red Absinth either straight on the rocks or mixed with club soda or sparkling water. Note: The scores in the reviews are adjusted to match this not being an absinthe. The maximum score is lowered to 80 instead of 100.

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Kübler 45%


Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %

Description: This was the initial Kübler absinthe at a lower strength, today more or less replaced by the 57 and 53% versions. Further info (in French): http://www.absinthe.ch

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Kübler 53% - Veritable Fee Verte


Average Score: 75
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/: "Kübler Absinthe is the first Swiss absinthe to become commercially available and our customers are in for a real treat. Such was the reputation of its absinthes that during the 19th century ‘Swiss’ was adopted as an indication of the highest quality regardless of whether the absinthe was produced in Switzerland, France or elsewhere ... As with all of Liqueurs de France’s absinthes, Kübler is made in an alembic still following original techniques, using only natural plants, rather than extracts or oils. Kübler Absinthe is finished at 53% abv., in accordance with local traditions ..." Absinthe Kübler 53 at Absinthes.com

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Kübler 57%


Average Score: 67
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 57 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: The second absinthe to come out from Blackmint.

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L'Artisanale

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Average Score: 89
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France

Description: Distilled in limited quantities at the Emile Pernot distillery in Pontarlier, France this absinthe brings back the fairy to its home town again.

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L'Italienne

Average Score: 90
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Country of Origin: Italy
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics

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La Bonne Mère


Average Score: 69
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the label: 'La Bonne Mère' of THE PASTIS HOUSE is the result of historical research. At the end of the 19th century, alot of distilleries were producing Absinth [sic] all around Marseille. Contrary to the Jurassian 'Vertes' (Greens) and in order to keep them light, what with the sun beating down, star anis was more dominant than green anis in these Marseille Absinths and they were sweetened with liquorice following the prohibition of absinth plant distillation (1915), they quite naturally shifted to Pastis. Good 'regalade'! 'LA BONNE MÈRE is an exlucsive product distilled by Paul DEVOILLE for PASTIS HOUSE.
Absinthe La Bonne Mère at Absinthes.com

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La Capricieuse


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe-Suisse.com: For those with a passion for something stronger. This absinthe is based on the same recipe as La Clandestine Originale.
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La Clandestine Originale, Alcool du Vin


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Based on the same recipe as the original La Clandestine from the Artemisia distillery in Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, this has only been changed by using a wine base alcohol.
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La Coquette


Average Score: 80
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Vert d'Absinthe , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to Liqueurs de France: La Coquette is a premium absinthe recreated from an historic recipe dating from 1899. This absinthe is produced with a wine alcohol base, combining a floral nose with an original, unctuous and herbal flavour that connoisseurs will appreciate for its complexity. The aromatic herbs are clearly at the forefront while the green anise remains present, but discreet! In the style of the classic absinthes of the past, La Coquette has great aging potential.

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La Fee Vallonne


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Distilled in Fleurier, Val-de-Travers by distiller Alain Rey.

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La Fée de la Rade

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Average Score: 61
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

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La Grenouille


Average Score: 86
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Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to Absinthes.com: When Stefano Rossoni, the Italian distiller behind L'Italienne absinthe, started working on the La Grenouille recipe, his idea was to create an absinthe with a southern and Mediterranean connotation. La Grenouille has a classic backbone of wormwood, green anise, fennel, lemonbalm and hyssop, but is completed with other unique southern herbs to achieve a warm, velvety character. La Grenouille was born in a family-run distillery Zufanek, producers of the first genuine Czech absinthe St. Antoine. That is another proof that there are some good absinthes in the Czech Republic!

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La Malicia Verte

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Average Score: 64
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Accdording to the manufacturer: This drink is home-made whit natural plants. For the drink to give all its flavour, you have to serve it very cold by doses of 3 oz adding 3 to 4 volumes of water.

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La Philosophe


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %

Description: Distilled in Couvet, Switzerland by Logis de La Fee Verte

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La Ptite Absinthe du Val-de-Travers


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz in Couvet, Switzerland.
From the back label: This quality absinthe was distilled by an artisan from plants from Val-de-Travers. It was created rigorously following a traditional 1898 recipe.
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La Valdetra Verte


Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz, Val-de-Travers - Switzerland
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La Valote - Bovet


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Bovet at Absinthes.com

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La Valote - Fornoni


Average Score: 69
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Fornoni at Absinthes.com

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La Valote - Martin


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Martin at Absinthes.com

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La Valote Francis Martin L'Originale 72%


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe-suisse.com: Francis Martin's new absinthe. Very much in his traditional style but with a higher alcohol content and a stronger taste for the "Originale". A very good absinthe from the Val-de-Travers region. The label design features a painting by Mucha, the well-known Czech artist.
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La Valote Tradition


Average Score: 69
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Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

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La Valote-Martin Etre sur Soleur

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Average Score: 64
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

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La Veuve Verte, DuVallon


Average Score: 62
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From Val-de-Travers in Switzerland where we're used to find La Bleues comes this verte. Made by DuVallon, known for their rather fine La Bleue. Absinthe La Veuve Verte DuVallon at Absinthes.com

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Lemercier Abisinthe 45


Average Score: 45
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: The first absinthe to be released by the Lemercier distillery. Awarded with the silver medal (spoon) at the 2003 Absinthiades. Absinthe Lemercier Abisinthe 45 at Absinthes.com

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Lemercier Abisinthe 72


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.abisinthe.com/ "La dénomination de vente de cette boisson devra obéir aux règles imposées. L’emploi du terme "absinthe" étant susceptible de créer une confusion sur la nature du produit commercialisé avec la boisson interdite issue de la grande absinthe, il conviendra donc de ne pas faire référence au mot « absinthe » mais uniquement aux extraits ou bases de plantes d’absinthe. Les produits ainsi fabriqués sont des spiritueux à base de plantes d’absinthe. De plus, le mot absinthe ne doit pas être dans un caractère différent que "spiritueux à base de plantes" pour éviter toute tromperie auprès du consommateur. C’est pour cette raison que nous avons décidé d’appeler notre spiritueux par la marque "ABISINTHE®"."

Absinthe Lemercier Abisinthe 72 at Absinthes.com

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Lemercier Abisinthe Amer 72


Average Score: 64
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From manufacturer website (http://www.abisinthe.com/) "La dénomination de vente de cette boisson devra obéir aux règles imposées. L’emploi du terme "absinthe" étant susceptible de créer une confusion sur la nature du produit commercialisé avec la boisson interdite issue de la grande absinthe, il conviendra donc de ne pas faire référence au mot « absinthe » mais uniquement aux extraits ou bases de plantes d’absinthe. Les produits ainsi fabriqués sont des spiritueux à base de plantes d’absinthe. De plus, le mot absinthe ne doit pas être dans un caractère différent que "spiritueux à base de plantes" pour éviter toute tromperie auprès du consommateur. C’est pour cette raison que nous avons décidé d’appeler notre spiritueux par la marque "ABISINTHE®"." Absinthe Lemercier Abisinthe Amer at Absinthes.com

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Leopold Bros. Absinthe Verte


Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ DrinkUpNY , ♣ Astor Wine and Spirits

Description: According to Leopold Bros.: Our Handcrafted Absinthe Verte is prepared following the traditions of European Master Distillers of the 19th Century. We start with our aromatic eau-de-vie, placing it in our small 150 liter copper potstill, carefully adding the traditional Absinthe Verte herbs: Anise, Grande Wormwood, and Sweet Fennel, together with a number of proprietary botanicals.

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Logan Fils

Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: According to the manufacturer the Logan Fils product have undergone a major reformation and change in formula. The previous review which was two years old reflected the old product and has been removed. Reviews of the new product will be added shortly.

Lucid Absinthe Superieure


Average Score: 75
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 62 %

Description: According to the manufacturer's website:
Introducing lucid, Absinthe Supérieure. lucid represents a breakthrough product for the U.S. market, as it is the first true, Grande Wormwood-based Absinthe of its type since before prohibition. Unlike imitators in the U.S. and many of the so-called "Absinthe" products that litter the international markets, lucid is crafted directly from select whole herbs, including Grande Wormwood, and never from cheaper assemblages, macerations, extracts or oils.

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Mansinthe


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 66 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe.de: “Two years after the initial idea to do develop an absinthe together with Marilyn Manson, it was finished”, Markus Lion looks back. “Manson was intensely involved in the development, constantly tasting the samples, giving his opinion and providing suggestions for changes. When he was completely satisfied with a prototype, the final implementation was swift.” The artist, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, presented his “Mansinthe” at the private viewing of his exhibition in Galerie Schenk in Cologne, on 27th June 2007.
Absinthe Mansinthe at Absinthes.com

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Marco Previtali


Average Score: 63
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Marco Previtali at Absinthes.com

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Mari Maryans 70°


Average Score: 63
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Alcohol Level: 70 %
Vendors: ♣ Spirits Corner

Description: This is the classic "party" absenta, produced in Ibiza. It's available in 55% and the more common 70% "collectors" bottle.

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Marteau de la Belle Epoque


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ DrinkUpNY

Description: According to the manufacturer: MARTEAU Belle Époque is made exactly as those of the very best absinthe houses of the 19th century. The traditional anise flavor, supported by robust wormwood, is delicately balanced with other botanicals resulting in a mature and seductive flavor.

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Meadow of Love Absinthe Superieure


Average Score: 90
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Astor Wine and Spirits

Description: According to the manufacturer: Using the same six core herbs as the Walton Waters — Grand wormwood, anise, fennel, roman wormwood, hyssop and lemon balm — Meadow of Love celebrates the region’s bounty with herbs from small farms and local herbalists - wormwood, hyssop, lemon balm and violet. The first sip impression is a dry, subtle absinthe due to the hyssop and violet, but over time the grand wormwood steps forward, announcing its presence. The Meadow shouts out, and you're in Love.

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Montmartre 65

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Average Score: 71
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Country of Origin: Austria
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absinthe-montmartre.com "Absinthe Montmartre is the first and probably only traditionally distilled, naturally colored, austrian premium Absinthe. A true old-viennese speciality and, as the title of this writing allready hints at, "the rebirth of an old tradition"." Absinthe Montmartre at Absinthes.com

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Moulin Rooz


Average Score: 68
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Country of Origin: Miscellaneous
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %

Description: According to the manufacturer: Moulin Rooz is Australia's first premium Absinthe. Five times-distilled from the finest Australian grapes, with perfect balance of Elderflower, Gentian, Fennelseed, Hyssop and Wormwood(Thuj0ne), Moulin Rooz is further enhanced with Austraian Native Aniseed Myrtle and other selected botanicals. A perfect expression of bitter and aromatic herbs, with hints of the Australian Bush. (Natural herbal particles may be present)

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Moulin Verte


Average Score: 40
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Country of Origin: Germany
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Alandia

Description: According to the manufacturer: "ALANDIAs Moulin Vert is a distilled Absinthe, made after a classic French recipe from the 19th century. No artificial additives are used and the alcohol level is set at classic 68%. This level of alcohol sets free the green color of the used herbs like hyssop and Artemisia Pontica that gives Absinthe its unique green appearance. When water is added, Moulin Vert magically louches to an opalescent white. We recommend to serve Moulin Vert with two parts cold water and two sugar cubes. Then the complex flavors will open its full effect and you will experience the fascinating vividness of this very special drink."

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Muse de France #1


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 69 %

Description: According to http://www.absinthefrenchmanspoon.com: "Recipe #1 corresponds to a type of absinthe which was called "Ordinaire": rich in wormwood, low in anise, louches due to badiane content... certainly the most widely distributed among the working class in the 19th century, that which was most abused."

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Muse de France #2


Average Score: 75
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 69 %

Description: According to http://www.absinthefrenchmanspoon.com: Recipe #2 corresponds to a recipe known as "Suisse de Fougerolles"": it is somewhat the extreme reverse of the recipe known as "Ordinaire"; Rich in anise and lower in wormwood. Certainly one of the absinthes of quality from the 19th century, made for the more wealthy consumers..."

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Muse de France #3


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 69 %

Description: According to http://www.absinthefrenchmanspoon.com/mdfeu.htm : Muse the France is an experimental product rather than a product of mass consumption. Consequently, though Muse the France is always bottled at 69%, 35 cl, and elaborated exclusively with top quality wine alcohol and absinthe plants... the liquid may vary considerably from one bottle to another...

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Neto Costa


Average Score: 27
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Country of Origin: Portugal
Type: Mixed & Macerated
Alcohol Level: 57 %

Description: From the manufacturer's site (http://www.cavesnetocosta.com/) come this general information about their liqueurs and spiritis. The Neto Costa liqueurs and spirits are produced from natural ingredients using traditional methods of infusion, maceration and distillation, thus ensuring complete absorbation of all the aromas and flavours of the ingredients. All the recipes used have been created and developed by Caves Neto Costa and have been passed down from generation to generation. all are based on the careful selection of the ingredients, fruits and herbs, in order to make full use of their aromatic properties.

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Obsello Absinthe Verte


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 50 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to the manufacturer: Obsello Absinthe Verte is the only premium grade Spanish absinthe on the market today. Our signature absinthe is distilled, not mixed, from 8 indepentently selected herbs and Grape Neutral Spirits, produced from the famous Penedes wine stock. The absinthe is crafted in small, single batches, using traditional copper alembic stills.

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Pacifique Absinthe Verte Superieure


Average Score: 93
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 62 %
Vendors: ♣ DrinkUpNY

Description: According to the manufacturer: Absinthe Pacifique has been made in exact accordance with an 1855 French recipe, using only organically-grown botanicals. Much of the Grande wormwood and Roman wormwood used was grown in our own herb garden.

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Partisane


Average Score: 50
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Alandia

Description: According to http://www.alandia.de : "Partisane is made from the 2004 wormwood harvest from Pontarlier. The 2004 patch was distilled by a local, well known distillery in cooperation with ALANDIA and is limited to 1000 bottles. Therefore each bottle is unique and due to the natural limit of the 2004 harvest this Absinthe will not be available at any point later. The recipe is based on only a few herbs to set the focus on the Absinthe bouquet. You will experience a strong Absinthe with a note of caramel and anise. We recommend to serve Partisane with two sugar cubes and two parts cold water. Partisane won the silver medal on the Absinthe fair Absinthiades 2005 in Pontarlier, France."

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Pernod Fils 'Garantie Fabrique en 1913' (Rel: 1937)


Average Score: 87
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: From Oxygenee.com: After the banning of absinthe in 1914, the absinthe producers, including Pernod Fils, received substantial indemnities from the French government. In a little publicised concession, they were also allowed to export their remaining stocks. Pernod Fils transferred their entire stock of pre-ban absinthe to Holland, where it remained until 1937, when a small quantity was released on to the UK market, with the labels overprinted with the words "Garanti Fabrique en 1913". In 1938 the remaining unsold stock was transferred back to France to warehouses in Le Havre, where, a few years later, it was destroyed in a war-time bombing raid.

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Pernod Fils 1914


Average Score: 94
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: From Oxygenee.com: The cache originates from the cellar of the last surviving descendant of a once substantial liquor distributor, which operated in the Doubs region from 1890 to around 1950. The present owner, now elderly, inherited the bottles from his father, who purchased several glass demi-johns of absinthe from Pernod Fils in the week immediately prior to the ban on absinthe being enacted in August 1914. The contents of these demijohns (probably around 20-30 litres each) were then bottled (with professional equipment - the corks and wax seals are of the same quality as a commercial bottling) for the private consumption of the family. There were reportedly originally around 300 bottles, and they were drunk up to the beginning of the Second World War, after which the remaining intact bottles - 76 in all - were left untouched and forgotten until the present day.

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Pernod Fils Tarragona, circa 1950

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Average Score: 72
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: From the Banus distillery in Tarragona, Spain where Pernod absinthe was made up until the late 1960's. Much different than the early 1930 Pernod's from Tarragona which are more like the pre-ban french versions.

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Pernod Fils, circa 1910


Average Score: 92
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description:

By 1797 Major Dubied had bought an absinthe elixir recipe from the Henriod Sisters in Couvet, Switzerland to market in the Val-de-Travers & the French Jura regions. That year his daughter marries a Swiss gent, Henri-Louis Pernod. Dubied then set up shop with his son-in-law Pernod.

1805 Mssr. Pernod opens up a larger factory, Pernod Fils, across the border in Pontarlier, France. Dubied split back to Couvet, and Dubied Père et Fils eventually passed to a cousin, Fritz Duval (see below).

Pernod had two sons, the eldest Edouard remained in Couvet and transferred the company to his own name in 1827. His son, Edouard, started his own company in 1897.

The younger son, Louis, ran the Pernod Fils factory in Pontarlier, on the banks of the river Doubs, and increased the factories output exponentially. By the end of the nineteenth century Pernod Fils was producing 30,000 litres per anum, and exporting all over the world.

By the time of the 1915 ban, Edouard had merged with Pernod Fils, and due to a later lawsuit, was forced to merge with Jules Pernod, another local manufacturer, which is what comprises what we know of as Pernod today.

Pernod Fils enjoyed over a hundred years of absinthe ascendancy, and hundreds of manufacturers of absinthe cropped up all over France and Switzerland. Due to the marketing expertise of Pernod Fils, and their high quality standards, their labels and name were emulated all over the country. They brought suits against such companies as Pernot, Perrenod, Père Noë, and Pierrot, who were seeking to scam on the similarities of their brand names with Pernod.

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Pernod SA Tarragona, circa 1930-1935


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: According to http://www.oxygenee.com/: Pernod S.A was the Spanish successor to Edouard Pernod, and these bottlings are far scarcer than the more commonly found Pernod Fils versions. Pernod S.A. ceased production in 1938, when it was absorbed into the larger Pernod group.

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Premier Fils, circa 1910


Average Score: 69
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %

Description: From Oxygenee.com: Premier Fils, based in Romans, was a high-end producer whose absinthe commanded a premium price, and was one of the relatively few absinthe distillers that used an entirely natural herbal coloration process, something they proudly advertised on their label.

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Segarra 45


Average Score: 68
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Julian Segarra gathers the wild plants of wormwood at the optimal moment; he puts them to macerate in wine alcohol during the period of necessary time so that they give off all his aromatic and tasty potential; he combines the oil of the wormwood with anise to mitigate the bitterness. Segarra is supposedly aged for some time in old brandy oak barrels.
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Segarra 68


Average Score: 51
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: This is the higher proof version of the infamous Segarra Absenta. Absinthe Segarra 68 at Absinthes.com

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Serpis 65


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Spain
Type: Mixed & Macerated
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Serpis has a new absinthe, made according to the old formula. Slightly more complex than it's little sister, the Serpis 55. Still the classic Serpis red color.
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Sirène Verte


Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %

Description: According to the manufacturer: We take a fairly traditional approach to creating Sirène. We use the traditional trinity of absinthe ingredients along with a proprietary blend of additional herbs and spices to create Sirène's richness and complexity. The process requires a significant amount of time, preparation and botanicals, but the result is worth the effort.

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St. Antoine


Average Score: 76
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Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 70 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the very few Czech absinthes that aspire to be true to traditional absinthe. Made by the family owned Zufanek distillery, known for its excellent Slivovitz and liqueurs.
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St. George Absinthe


Average Score: 72
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Astor Wine and Spirits , ♣ DrinkUpNY

Description: St. George Spirits Absinthe Verte is made with fine brandy, star anise, mint, wormwood, lemon balm, hyssop, meadowsweet, basil, fennel, tarragon and stinging nettles. This infamous liquor reveals seductive flavors of anise complimented with sweet grassy tones, light citrus, white pepper, and light menthol notes.

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Taboo Absinthe


Average Score: 74
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Country of Origin: Canada
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics Canada

Description: According to AbsintheClassics.ca: Made by master stillman Frank Deiter in British Columbia. Absinthe Taboo is traditionally distilled from whole herbs (including grande absinthe or Artemisia absinthium) and the finest fruit-based alcohol. It's full strength, naturally coloured, and contains no additives or artificial ingredients whatsoever.

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Taboo Gold


Average Score: 77
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Country of Origin: Canada
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %

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Twin Tec Absinthe Biker Medicine


Average Score: 84
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: Distilled by Matter-Luginbühl, Kallnach, Switzerland

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Un Emile 68


Average Score: 63
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : New formula; The anise/wormwood profile has been lightly enhanced, which has also improved the body, overall aromas and louche-effect. Un Emile 68 is a premium absinthe traditionally made to a 19th century recipe by steeping Grand wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), green anise and other plants in alcohol and distilling the macerated charge in an absinthe still. The colour is achieved naturally by soaking plants in the distillate. Unlike cheaper modern absinthes, no oils, sugar, or artificial colouring have been added. Likewise, no star anise is used, which was typical of the traditional Pontarlier absinthe recipes. To best appreciate the complex flavours and louche, it must be properly served by slowly dripping cold water into it, as should all the absinthes from the Emile Pernot distillery.
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Un Emile 68 Gentiane


Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France

Description: NOTE: The folks at "Absinthe Online" have this to say about their product: "A traditionally made, distilled absinthe offering the quality of Un Emile 68 with added complexity from additional botanicals including gentian and mint." [Review Forthcoming]

Un Emile La Blanche


Average Score: 52
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: The folks at "Absinthe Online" have this to say about their product: "Un Emile 68 'La Blanche' is a clear absinthe made in the style of a Swiss La Bleue. La Bleue is highly sought after and is produced in clandestine stills throughout the Neuchatel region of Switzerland. Un Emile 68 'La Blanche' is the first la Bleue to be made commercially available. There is no colouring step and the classic wormwood and anise flavours are enhanced."
NOTE: All the Un Emile absinthes have undergone improvements in recipe, manufacture and profile, keeping them among the better brands to this day. Distilled in Pontarlier, home of absinthe.
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Un Emile Pernot (Emile 45)


Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: The Un Emile 45 is the lower alcohol version of the Un Emile 68. All the Un Emile absinthes have undergone improvements in recipe, manufacture and profile, keeping them among the better brands to this day. Distilled in Pontarlier, home of absinthe.
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Un Emile Rouge / Maitresse Rouge


Average Score: 72
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the vendor: We have seen the proof of a 'rosé' absinthe in 19th century France: click to see original 19th century rosé absinthe 'Rosinette' poster it certainly did not replace or rival green or clear absinthe, but it did exist! So, was it artificially coloured like the Spanish, Czech or German red absinth(s) on the market today, or was it natural? We decided to follow original protocol for high-quality absinthe and found a flower that we could use in the coloration stage - the unique flower maceration gives a beautiful red tint and also a red-fruit nose with deep, chewy fruit acidity on the initial attack. The middle palate gives way from this fruitiness to the slightly bitter elements of highly-scented wormwood, and the finish lingers on with the sweet/sour mixture of anis, red-fruit and wormwood. This absinthe really profits from the sugar ritual, which brightens and rounds out the fruit acidity. It will delight and amaze both seasoned absintheurs and neophytes - as ice-cold water is slowly added, a beautiful opalescent-pink louche is formed.

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Un Emile Sapin


Average Score: 60
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : "As with Un Emile 68, this absinthe is made traditionally by steeping Grand wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), green anise, fennel and other plants in alcohol and distilling the macerated charge in an absinthe still. The colour is achieved naturally by soaking plants in the distillate. No oils or artificial coloring have been used and no star anise has been used to enhance the louche. Un Emile 68 Sapin has a unique flavor derived from the inclusion of pine buds (sapin) in the blend which will be appreciated by the absinthe connoisseur!"
All the Un Emile absinthes have undergone improvements in recipe, manufacture and profile, keeping them among the better brands to this day. Distilled in Pontarlier, home of absinthe.
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Un Emile White Fairy

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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France

Description: NOTE: The folks at "Absinthe Online" have this to say about their product: "LATEST NEWS Our latest premium absinthe, White Fairy absinthe blanche, will be available to order from mid-January."

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Versinthe La Blanche

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Average Score: 56
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 57 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Versinthe La Blanche at Absinthes.com

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Verte de Fougerolles 72


Average Score: 70
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/ : "An outstanding, unfiltered premium absinthe made from several herbs which include grande and petite wormwood, anise, fennel and hyssop, a grape-base alcohol, no added sugar, and is bottled at 72°, in order to hold the natural colour and present the aromas to the fullest. Made by following the distillery's own technique of distilling each plant separately, blending the resulting full alcohol distillates and then finishing with an 'esprit vert' ('green spirit' - a natural maceration of additional plants, including veronica (speedwell) in grape spirits) which is mixed in during the final colouring stage of production. It louches beautifully, and is complex and intense. Sure to please those who are searching for a spicy, yet traditional absinthe."
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Vieux Pontarlier Absinthe Francaise Superieur 65


Average Score: 77
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics , ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absintheonline.com: Vieux Pontarlier (pronounced 'View Pon-tarr-lee-ay') Absinthe Française Supérieure is carefully crafted in small batches using alambic stills that were specifically designed to make absinthe. This historic spirit is distilled using locally grown wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), which is considered the finest in the world, along with green anise seed, Provençal fennel seed and a variety of additional aromatic herbs and spices. Faithful to the original formulations, there is no sweetening added of any kind - its refreshing taste is obtained entirely from the combination of plants and the distiller's skills. Fine, medium peridot green color. Gradually forming louche, milky with opalescent reflections. Aroma initially of bright anise, developing heady, alpine herbs, with savory, mentholated wormwood notes. Intitial taste is intense and spicily piquant, with round, herbal flavors cradling the wormwood and a long, refreshing, cooling finish of anise and fennel seed.

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Walton Waters Absinthe Superieur


Average Score: 88
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Country of Origin: USA
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Astor Wine and Spirits

Description: According to the manufacturer: Named after the green reflection from the trees on the waters of the Delaware as it courses through Walton, Walton Waters is a balanced yet playful blend of grand wormwood, anise, fennel, roman wormwood, hyssop and lemon balm with lemon thyme added as a subtle accent. Walton Waters carries you away.

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Weinachts Absinthe 2006


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 58 %

Description: Limited edition christmas absinthe from Lion/Matter-Luginbühl.

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Wormwood Blanche


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 75 %

Description: A limited batch distillation made at the Emile Pernot distillery in Pontarlier, France in spring of 2006. Photo courtesy of Mthuilli.

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Z'Graggen Absinth


Average Score: 61
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %

Description: According to http://www.absinthe.se :"Yet another absinthe pop out of Switzerland… Unfortunately not all are good. This one is not. … this bottle (came from) Andy at Absint24.net."

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Zürcher Fee

Average Score: 76
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Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Distilled by the Brennerei Hans Erismann distillery in Eschenmosen, Switzerland.

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