Absinthe ALANDIA Gold68

Absinthe Gold68 is distilled with an extra portion wormwood, but skips anise to avoid a dominating licorice taste. Instead, stimulating citrus notes are present, which give this Absinthe a pleasant body.
Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA
SKU: A1355

Availability: In stock

€29.90
Incl. 19% Tax
excl. Shipping Cost
equals €59.80 per 1 Liter

Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA

Description

Absinthe Gold68 is distilled with an extra portion wormwood, but skips anise to avoid a dominating licorice taste. Nevertheless Gold68 slightly louches when water is added, due to a well dosed fennel content. Furthermore stimulating citrus notes are present, which give this naturally bitter Absinthe a pleasant body. If you are looking for a strong but non-licorice Absinthe, Gold68 should be your choice. No artificial additives are used and the alcohol level is set at a classic 68% by vol. Therefore, Gold68 is suitable for the French Absinthe ritual. If you like Strong68, but want an Absinthe with less licorice, Gold68 is the perfect Absinthe for you!

 

Premium quality wormwood is used for Absinthe Gold68:

Gold68 is produced in the small French town Fougerolles. In the 19th century, Fougerolles was home of various Absinthe distilleries. And actually until today, the city is known for its premium spirits. Many distilleries look back on a century-long history, including the distillery where Gold68 is produced. It was founded in 1859 and still today the distillery cultivates its own wormwood. Every year in July the wormwood plants are harvested. This means the plants, which now have a height of approx. 2 meter (6.5 feet) are cut by hand and then dry for the next 6 months in a wooden hut. The warm climate in summer, and the cold temperatures in winter, are the perfect conditions to further enhance the quality of the herbs. Overall, this time-intensive and traditional process guarantees premium quality.   

 

Important note in regard of drinking Absinthe Gold68:

We recommend to drink Absinthe Gold68 with at least two sugar cubes. You will see, the wormwood content of this Absinthe makes it bitter and this bitterness is not masked by sweet tasting herbs like anise as Gold68 skips this ingredient to create a non-licorice taste. The louche is also very light, as the louche is normally created by the essential oils of anise. To make it precise, Gold68 is not for the Absintheur, who is looking for a very complex Absinthe. Gold68 is straight forward: Wormwood is what its recipe is primarily about and therefore wormwood is what you will taste and feel! As this Absinthe is anise-free you can also use it for mix drinks, for example Gold68 mixed with Ginger Ale or Tonic Water and a slice of lemon or orange, depending on your preferences.

 

Buy Absinthe online: Info for new customers

The Absinthe Shop ALANDIA was founded in 2001. From this date on ALANDIA proudly serves the Absinthe community around the world (EU, UK, USA, CA, JP etc.). Shipping to the USA is made via Courier Express or Airmail. The delivery is guaranteed. This means if the box should not reach you - whatever the reason might be - we will reship or refund you your money. This is the trusted 100% ALANDIA Delivery Guarantee. It only takes 2-3 business days (Courier Express) until your Absinthe arrives at your door. A tracking number is emailed to you as soon as your order is shipped. Therefore you always know when the Green Fairy will knock at your door. If you have any questions or comments, just email us. Please check out as well our Facebook Fanpage with more information about the Green Fairy and more than 16.000 satisfied ALANDIA Absintheurs. We would be happy to welcome as well you in the community!

 

Mandatory Information

Country of Origin: France
Alcohol: 68%
Content (l): 0.5
Color: Gold
Contains Colorings: No
Sales Denomination: Bitter Spirit
Food Business Operator: ALANDIA GmbH & Co KG, Bismarckstrasse 49, 50672 Köln
Tasting Notes: Naturally golden Absinthe with pleasant citrus notes instead of a dominating licorice taste

Reviews

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Not the best, but it'll do
I bought this to try something with less of that black licorice sort of taste, but in comparison, I think prefer the licorice. The taste of citrus/ orange peel in it is a bit over powering and to be quite honest, kinda reminds me of tequila watered down. Also it doesn't louche, just becomes clear. OK to try, but probably will not buy again.
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Where is the louche?
No louche, no absinthe. I think it's an important matter, unless you want to drink something else.
I was curious of a non anise absinthe, but I'm a little bit disappointed. I even suspected it was a problem with the mini-bottle I've got, but as to some reviews, that's a trait of Gold68! That's really unbelievable! Sorry but here the fairy is totally ... Absent!
Maybe I'll have another taste just to understand how much ignorant and traditional I am about its hidden effects … but luckily in the meanwhile I've got some better (great) bottles from Alandia!
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Good enough
The product arrived on time and in good shape.
I am very happy with it and plan on trying out more flavors shortly.
I think a lot of people do not fully understand the drink and write bad reviews because of the taste.
We found many better ways to drink it over the traditional ways. Straight out of the bottle is not how to drink this.
Lemonade, root beer and ice cream worked well.
I would recommend this and do it again - the right way.
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Very good!
I greatly enjoyed this absinthe. The licorice flavor was much stronger than I anticipated, considering the anise was removed, but it mixed well and still had a pleasant buzz. It was euphoric without the fuzziness of other alcohols. I will still try to find mixes that hide the licorice flavor, but I look forward to enjoying more of this!
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Mild flavor, good punch
I've had a bottle of absinthe once before years ago and remembered the strong licorice flavor so I tried Alandia's lighter flavored version. For those who like the licorice flavor, it still exists but it's much more mellow. The overall effect is perfect, that nice high and low that Absinthe is known for. Besides the cost to ship to the U.S., I would definitely buy this or one of the other kinds again.
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