Absinthe Pernod Traditionelle

The Pernod Absinthe Recette Traditionelle is the closest possible recreation of the famous Pernod Absinthe from 1805. A must have Absinthe for every Absintheur.
Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA
SKU: 1031

Availability: In stock

€49.00
Incl. 19% Tax
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equals €70.00 per 1 Liter

Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA

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Henri Louis Pernod, the founder of the Pernod company, originally bought a recipe for a herbal elixir. He thought that it would be a good idea to market this elixir as a regular spirit. He started a minor production run, supplied the French Army with rations of his "healthy" spirit and the success story of the Green Fairy began. This true story is over 200 years old, but it is the start of Absinthe and its related culture. This contemporary Pernod Absinthe is the closest possible recreation of the famous Pernod Absinthe from 1805. Wormwood and green anise from Pontarlier is used for distillation - like decades ago when Pernod had a major production facility in this small French city. The mandatory Absinthe herbs are distilled in a wine base alcohol and the "heart cut" of the distillate is macerated again in an aromatic composition of star anise, melissa, petit wormwood, hyssop and other secret plants and seeds that give this Absinthe its´ beautiful green color.

 

Important background info in regard of Pernod Absinthe Traditionelle:

The Pernod Absinthe we sell is the new Recette Traditionelle. New, because Pernod sold for some years a mediocre Absinthe. The new version is much closer to the historical original and way better in quality. The old and new bottles look quite similar, though, so watch out, that you buy the right one. Here at ALANDIA you will of course get the better version :-).

Additional Info

Additional Info

Country of Origin: France
Alcohol: 68%
Content (l): 0.7
Tasting Notes: Star anise gives this Absinthe a more intense licorice taste
Color: Green
Contains Colorings: No

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It must be understood. The taste is bitter, as you would expect from an absinth, but it is rough. Persistent and bitter aftertaste. One of the first to taste, no doubt.
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Absinthe Pernod Traditionelle
I live in the US and ordered a bottle as a Christmas present. Thanks to the staff, they reassured me that the order was on its way and would arrive on time. Great company to deal with and will go above and beyond expectations to meet customer's needs! TY
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I'd consider it a version of the Pernod d'Anis liqueur with some funny side-taste added and with less sugar. The mouth-feel is very thin, and the taste is nothing like real absinthe, apart from the taste of (star) anise.

The bitterish side-taste became worse with every sip and the whole thing became disgusting by the end of the glass. I'd give no more than 2 stars even when considered simply as pastis, anise aperitif or anything else.

I liked even Pernod d'Anis much better.
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If you want to taste some GOOD absinthe go and have a look for swiss region absinthes, because Absinthe originally comes from the “val de travers” area…
The pernod absinthe is comparable with pernod pastis.
It has some akward steel like taste to it, maybe due to the anise and the louche is not as creamy as swiss style absinthes. This is a very heavy absinthe, i think it's balance is not so good. It's like they just added wormwood to the pernod pastis.

When Edouard pernod founded his company the absinthe was very good, as the company grew, (this was when the company changed the name to pernod fils) the quality of the absinthe went downwards but was still good. Then suddenly absinthe was banned but not in Spain, so Pernod continued their production until 1950 they stopped making absinthe.
The modern absinthe is comparable with the spanish production, but in my opinion this absinthe could have been much better.
It would be so nice if Pernod would make an accurate Edouard Pernod remake in small quantities special for the luxury absinthe market. all connoiseurs would be thrilled, for now they are all dissapointed.
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The taste is good, the louche is thick white foggy with a green accent in a 1 - to - 4, Pernod to Water ratio. I don't use sugar, as I believe it detracts from the real taste of absinthe. That being said, I do not consider this to be a worthwhile absinthe. While the taste is good compared to other products with the same alcohol content, there is virtually no secondary effect. The thujone level is almost non-existent. Louis Pernod would be ashamed had he lived to see this herasy be mentioned as an absinthe!
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