Buy Macerated Absinthe

Maceration is a production method, which is simpler in comparison to a distillation. The Absinthe herbs are put into neutral spirits to set free their flavoring essences. After some hours the macerate is then filtered. Maceration is sometimes called "cold distillation". It underlines, that the alcohol is not vaporized by heating the alembic. Macerated Absinthes have a stronger taste, as the bitter aromas remain in the spirit. Although the production method is less complex and therefore as well less cost intensive it does not mean that these Absinthes are of low quality. You can consider them as an additional Absinthe category with a stronger herbal taste, as the bitter components of the Absinthe flavoring ingredients are not removed by the process of real distillation.

Macerated Absinthe, buy or upgrade to a distilled spirit?

If you like a stronger, slightly bitter taste in your Absinthe, you should try a macerated Absinthe at least once. We can recommend the Spanish Lasala Absinthe for its fresh taste and attractive price. The Hamlet Hardcore Absinthes are very potent and strong in taste. Our favorite is the classic version, as it is naturally colored. Nevertheless, we are fans of distilled Absinthes, as they have a much finer taste. If you decide to buy a macerated Absinthe you should order as well one brand from our premium Absinthe section. All of the Absinthes from this section are distilled. If you then compare the taste, you will experience the difference by yourself.

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  • Absinthe Abtshof 66

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    Absinthe Abtshof 66 comes in a one of a kind bottle. It is reminiscent of an old pharmacy bottle with an old-style label made out of real metal. The Absinthe itslef has a very nice milky louche, and a lovely sweet taste of anise. Learn More
    €49.90
    Incl. 19% Tax
    excl. Shipping Cost

    Delivery Time: 2-3 days to USA


    Content: 1 Liter
    =€49.90 / 1 L

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