Fougerolles was the second Absinthe metropolis after Pontarlier, during the times of the Belle Epoque. This Absinthe uses a grape-alcohol base, and combines grand and petite wormwood, green anise, hyssop, veronica, chamomile, génepi, fennel, coriander and angelica. These herbs are individually distilled into full 80% alcoholates, blended, and then reduced to 74%. The recipe used, is from the book "P. Duplais - La Fabrication des Liqueurs", which was sold between 1858 and 1900.
If you live in Canada or in the US states FL, GA, AL, MS, TN, LA, SC you can not order this Absinthe, only Absinthe till 70% vol. are allowed due to legal restrictions. Pleas order accordingly.
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|Tasting||Fresh and crips Absinthe with fruity pear and cherry notes|
|Amount in product||0.7|