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Absinthe Eichelberger Brut 83.2 Festival Edition

Absinthe Eichelberger Brut 83.2 Festival Edition

Product Nr.: 1291

Shipping time:
10-12 days to USA
39.00 EUR
78.00 EUR per 1 Liter
5 star rating
based on 5 reviews

This Absinthe is undiluted, straight from the alambic. Therefore the alcohol level is at 83.2%. For the recipe a lot of artemisia pontica is used. This makes this Absinthe one of a kind and remarkably different in comparison to the regular Eichelberger Brut 80. It´s louche is very, very thick. We can highly recommend this Absinthe. The recipe was by the way developed at the Eichelberger Absinthe festival in the year 2007.

  • 83.2 % alcohol
  • 0.5 liter/16.89 ounces
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to shipping restrictions in the US states of FL, GA, AL, MS, TN, LA, SC we can not ship Absinthe with alcohol content over 70% by vol. to those areas. Please order accordingly.

Absinthe Review: Absinthe Eichelberger Brut 83.2 Festival Edition

Absintheur: Ádám Oláh 14.05.2012

Amazingly smooth yet clean taste with loads of well counterbalanced anise and a slight, natural candy-like touch (peppermint and calamus, maybe?), completed by vague herbal notes adding some extra smoothness to the taste. The louche and mouth-feel are just unbeatable (if not by pre-ban). I personally prefer the original Eich\' 80 Brute with its even cleaner taste, but 83.2 is a wonderful version on its own right.
Absintheur: Anders Damgaard Nielsen 22.03.2012

I hate to sound like Janice from \"Friends\", but OH MY GOD!!! This Absinthe is just absolutely wonderful. It has a high alcohol percentage, but you can\'t neither smell nor taste it, it is THAT smooth. The louche is thick as the London fog, but as clean as a swizz mountain lake. I. love. it. If you want an absinthe, with a full body, a fulfilling smell and a smooth finish, get this one. It\'s worth every drop.
Absintheur: Benjamin Sawyer 17.04.2010

Addendum to my previous review: To elaborate on the flavors; There is a fabulous woody, floral experience on the palate! There are the flavors of Melissa, lemon, mild cedar, wormwood and a delicious (almost funky) fresh chlorophyll, fresh herb flavor! totally magnificent! Of the 15 various Absinthe's I have tried this is the best to date! You need to keep a bottle of this on your Absinthe bar! It is worth every cent (or Euro, as the case may be) you pay for this!
Absintheur: Benjamin Sawyer 05.04.2010

I tried this because it is undiluted from the Alembic. There is a strong anise flavor (which I like). The louche is thick and has a wonderful creamy mouth feel that continues to release the delicious burn of the anise oils for a long time. The alcohol is incredibly smooth! I expected a burn from the high alcohol content. There isn't any! The wormwood and other herbs are perfectly balanced to be supportive throughout the drink opening across the palate and provide a complex subtlety to the drink. Magnificent Absinthe! I will buy much more!
Absintheur: Jack Thompson 24.07.2009

I'm a big fan of all the Eichelbergers, but I've got to say this is the best. It's even better that the Brut 80 (which is one of my favorites). It has a wonderful aroma, thick louche, and an amazing flavor where the alcohol doesn't overshadow the herbs. I hope Alandia has this one around for a while as I want more!
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