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The color of this absinthe is one of my favorites, a deep peridot green. Very inviting and intriguing.



The louche was nice, but it seemed to build up rather uniformly as opposed to layering.



Aroma was clean and crisp with hints of pine and wormwood. Very herbal. Extremely attractive.



I liked the flavor of this absinthe because the bitterness of the wormwood and the sweetness of the anise really married well, and there was also a bubblegummy scent in the back of your mouth. Quite pleasant, with a crisp wormwood finish.



Overall, the flavors marry well, but nothing really stands out dramatically. It is a very interesting insight into the beginnings of absinthe, so it's worthy of any liquor cabinet.
Overall rating 
 
3.9
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
3.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
5.0
Overall 
 
4.0
Reviewed by Brian Robinson July 27, 2007
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A nice addition to the collection

The color of this absinthe is one of my favorites, a deep peridot green. Very inviting and intriguing.



The louche was nice, but it seemed to build up rather uniformly as opposed to layering.



Aroma was clean and crisp with hints of pine and wormwood. Very herbal. Extremely attractive.



I liked the flavor of this absinthe because the bitterness of the wormwood and the sweetness of the anise really married well, and there was also a bubblegummy scent in the back of your mouth. Quite pleasant, with a crisp wormwood finish.



Overall, the flavors marry well, but nothing really stands out dramatically. It is a very interesting insight into the beginnings of absinthe, so it's worthy of any liquor cabinet.

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