|Country of Origin:||France|
|Tasting Notes:||Absinthe with a delicate note, less intense in comparison to other French Absinthes|
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This has been, so far my favourite Absinthe.
I picked this one up a few months after finishing off a bottle of Pernod. This was a long while back, but I have fond memories of it.
Well balanced, and slightly sweet, a brown-green colour. I don't know if it is artificially coloured, or whether it was just coloured (spirits from my understanding are clear after distillation, and often there is a colouring step where various herbs are macerated in order to get the green colouring).
I recall that the louch wasn't as prominent with this particular absinthe as with some of the others I have tried, but it does louch fairly well... slight brown tones in the louche... hard to explain.
Physical effects were the same as any other good absinthe, mellow and pleasant...very relaxing.
This is a brand that I would buy again, if it weren't for the fact that I like to try a different brand each time.
If you are looking for good quality absinthe without breaking the bank, Un Emile is a great starting point.
It has a traditional flavor that does not deviate from expections and does not need to be improved.
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