Absinthe Review: Absinthe La Charlotte
Adrian fiott 30.08.2009Review:
This absinthe is ok!I have tried about 10 different brands of absinthe but this one is a little to mild,It has a nice taste very palatable but I believe absinthe is about effect.
I recommend this one to a newcomer,also try 3 suger cubes and expect it to have a chocolate smack which I enjoyed.So long my fellow absintheurs
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