Absinthe Review: Absinthe ALANDIA Suisse La Bleue
Absintheur: Gene Stone 16.07.2015
This is the second best Absinthe that I have ever had. The color, smell, taste, etc. all excellent. One doesn\'t even need sugar for this one. The only Absinthe that beats this on is the Swiss Green. Unfortunately, because of the stupid laws where I live, this cannot be imported because it is 72% alcohol which exceeds the limit by 2%. Oh well, I guess the politicians know what\'s best for us don\'t they.
Absintheur: tracy turner 15.12.2013
After many other experimental purchases from Alandia, in my opinion, this one is still the best flavored Absinthe. So crisp and clean when traditionally mixed with ice water and sugar cubes. I highly recommend this La Bleue as a starting point to anyone who is new to Absinthe and not sure what to purchase.
Absintheur: Ben Casey 08.04.2013
After reading a lot about the \"bitter\" taste and different ways to cover it, i was both suprised and pleased with the flavor. I mixed it with ice water and a single sugar cube, but the sugar cube probably could have been left out. The effects after one glass was subtle, but definate. This was my first experience with Absinthe and it is a very nice way to start. I will recommend it to my friends!
Absintheur: D E Chen 04.12.2012
This is still my Favorite over the last 10 years! I am always so glad that when I return there it is waiting for me. This is so smooth that I find it needs no sugar what so ever and is delightful to the palate, a treat. I cannot believe some of the reviews that thought it not even drinkable- too bad for them, more for us! Cheers!!!
Absintheur: Cornel Leahu 30.08.2012
I find that tasting several absinthes at the same time gives me a better perspective on differentiating the flavours. La Bleue could easily be called: Chocolate. Although I prefer mine with a louche, it is the only one of the three sold in the set with Heritage and Moulin Vert, that I can comfortably drink neat and undiluted.. when compared to the other two bitters. I have tried the "Belle Epoch La Bleu" and this is far superior in taste and smoothness. Prepared in the traditional way, this is one of my farorites. -Cornel "Tiger" Leahu
Absintheur: Jack Thompson 10.02.2012
This is a great new version of an old favorite. The La Bleues have always been among my favorites. Alandia has changed distillers for the La Bleue and replaced the Clandestine with this one. It has the characteristic floral aroma and flavor of the La Bleues, but is more full bodied and flavorful than the Clandestine. If you like the Clandestine you will positively love this new one! Give it a try.
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