Absinthe Review: Absinthe Fusion
Jack Thompson 06.02.2015Review:
This is something different and quite good. Distilled by Oliver Matter using traditional herbs but with the addition of cocoa beans.The aroma and flavor are a wonderful, but not overpowering, chocolate. No artificial additives or flavorings are added. This blanche is a bit slow to louche, but once it gets started it\'s just fine. I\'ve had it without sugar and loved it, but with sugar added to it it could almost be a dessert absinthe. I\'ll be getting more!
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