Staroplzenecky Absinth

Staroplzenecky Absinth

 
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Strong alcoholic liqueur made with herbal extracts, the main herb being wormwood. An emerald green drink with a distinctive taste. Manufactured according to the original French recipe with 70% alc. vol. and a production method that has been improved in excess of today's required standards. All the essential ingredients are carefully selected and processed to ensure the unique taste of Absinthe. Expressive taste and characteristic cloudy effect make this drink one of the best Absinthes on today's market. Contains 10 mg/kg of thujone. A genuine product with the original Czech label.

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This is about as close as I've come to the worst tasting 'absinth' I've ever tried. Compared to this, most anything would be appetizing.
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Reviewed by Brian Robinson June 24, 2007
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This is about as close as I've come to the worst tasting 'absinth' I've ever tried. Compared to this, most anything would be appetizing.

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