Absinthe Jade Verte Suisse

This is in our opinion the best Absinthe from the Jade Absinthe line from Ted Breaux. Jade Verte Suisse Absinthe has a very smooth taste, and the best green color in comparison to the other Jade Absinthes.
Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA
SKU: 1201

Availability: In stock

Incl. 19% Tax
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equals €92.86 per 1 Liter

Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA


Absinthe Jade Verte Suisse is a reproduction of the famous Berger Absinthe from the times of the Belle Epoque. It is in our opinion the best Absinthe from the Jade Absinthe line from Ted Breaux. Jade Verte Suisse Absinthe has a very smooth taste, and according to its name the best green color in comparison to the other Jade Absinthes. 


Absinthe Jade Verte Suisse's story and recipe:

This fine Swiss Absinthe was almost lost forever if it had not been for the resurfacing of original, unopened bottles, which Jade Liqueurs was able to secure for preservation. Using proprietary analytical techniques, Jade Liqueurs has painstakingly resurrected this beautiful liquor from extinction. Absinthe Jade Verte Suisse is an recreation of the original C. F. Berger 65 Absinthe Verte. Jade Absinthe Verte Suisse is crafted entirely by hand using select botanicals from original sources. Distillation takes place in Absinthe alembics that were obtained directly from Pernod Fils in the early 20th century. This Absinthe delivers an experience characteristic of the best Swiss style Absinthes. Upon tasting this Absinthe, you will be pleasantly stimulated with the way it quickly asserts its refined fortitude with a bold fragrant scent, full-bodied, rounded mouthfeel, and distinct herbal notes that linger on the palate. It serves as both an ideal aperitif and digestive to accompany the heartiest of dining selections.


Berger distillery:

Since 1823 Berger Absinthe has been distilled in Couvet in the Swiss canton of Neufchâtel. However, the prohibition of the Green Fairy in 1917 brought Berger Absinthe a fatal blow. But Charles Frédéric Berger, a Swiss merchant (pronounced "bergueur"), had already made his son responsible for the distillery in Couvet and had great plans. He wanted to conquer the French market with the opening of another factory in Marseille, as the taste of anise had always been appreciated at the Mediterranean coast. In 1923, the first Berger aniseed liquor was produced in the new distillery, a substitute for Absinthe, which was no less successful in the following years...


Mandatory Information

Country of Origin: France
Alcohol: 65% vol.
Content: 0.7 l
Color: Green
Contains Colorings: No
Sales Denomination: Spirit
Food Business Operator: Combier SAS, 48 Rue Beaurepaire, 49400 Saumur, France
Tasting Notes: Green Absinthe with a full-bodied herbal taste


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Hello everyone. Although I have tried 7 different absinthes so far this is the first time I have written a review. I do this only because I (and the guests that I had over one evening) were soooooo disappointed in this particular absinthe. Most of the other absinthes I have tried all had a wonderful smoothness to them, and while I will not try and describe them and the delicate differences between them, I will warn everyone that this particular absinthe was painful to drink. The Jade Verte Suisse was, being a Jade, supposed to be in a class above everything else I tried but instead it was heavy and had an immediate negative affect on everyone with me who were also experiencing it for the first time. The group of us enjoyed 3 drinks of cheaper absinthes then came time for the Jade…that quickly ended the party. I had an instant headache and it felt like it was burning my throat all the way down to my stomach even though it was blended 3 to 1 with cold water plus ice. The next day, my stomach continued to burn and for the first time after drinking absinthe I had a horrible hangover (yes, I regularly have 4 drinks in a night so this wasn’t a stretch). Ugh, the bottle sits in my basement. I have offered to give it away for free to one of the guests that came that night but he declined.
One of the best
Perhaps one of the best ever tasted. Bitter, dry, with a non-aggressive aftertaste. Its bitter being is perfectly balanced with the refinement of how it is distilled. Definitely a higher level.

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