Reviews written by josephlabrecque

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Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 12, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.6
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.0
Finish 
 
3.5
Overall 
 
3.5

Sweet Kitty

Having enjoyed both Walton Waters and Meadow of Love many times over, this new bottling of Blues Cat provides both familiarity while standing out on its own.

The color is a light hay - more yellow than green and quite light. It definitely smells what you'd expect from Delaware Phoenix, neat. As water is applied - the louche is pronounced, swirling, and fast. Like all the DP absinthes - the louche is nice and thick (and nearly white) when fully prepared. The taste of this absinthe is incredibly sweet. Really almost too sweet (please do not even consider sugaring this). The finish is uncompliced with a good length and it provides some tingling as well.

Overall a nice absinthe - but probably not something I would purchase a full bottle of simply due to the sweetness. I find all of the DP absinthes to be on the sweet side - but this one goes overboard for me. I want to stress that this is a personal preference and if you enjoy sweet absinthes - you will probably LOVE this. Nicely made - just not my cup of "tea" :)

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     August 22, 2014
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Appearance 
 
5.0
Louche 
 
5.0
Aroma 
 
5.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
5.0
Finish 
 
5.0
Overall 
 
5.0

PerFection 1901

So much has been said about this absinthe - and it's really that good. I'd give Eddy a nudge up on the PF for complexity... but she is still a stunner and deserves the 5 star sweep I'm providing. Serious perfection in a glass.

Mid-2013 bottling.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     August 22, 2014
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Appearance 
 
5.0
Louche 
 
5.0
Aroma 
 
5.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
5.0
Finish 
 
5.0
Overall 
 
5.0

Favourite - Absolute Stunner

What can I say? This is everything a complex, quality, traditional absinthe should be. Hands-down a "5" across the charts for me.

Reviewed with a 2013 bottle.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     August 22, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.9
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.5
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0

Golden Redux

Quite a show. A nice, bright, natural green color as to be expected - the louching process is long and involved... lots of great trails! Serious trails. Fully louched- it appears on the thicker side (not at all thin) and looks marvelous. This absinthe has (what I would consider) a traditional aroma and taste and I really appreciated the full mouthfeel and the lingering flavours after it was gone. Just the right amount of numbing too. Intensely herbal. Really nice work. The one thing I would advise it that the finish is a bit grassy and fresh - the bottle I have could do with some aging (and is resting now).

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     July 02, 2014
Overall rating 
 
2.1
Appearance 
 
3.0
Louche 
 
1.0
Aroma 
 
2.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
2.0
Overall 
 
2.0

... Louche... What Louche...

Very disappointed in this absinthe... but happy I found a baby (375) bottle to purchase in place of a full 750.

I find this very similar to St. George in the aroma and taste - probably due to both being brandy-based. The flavor profile is strange... I suppose 'savory' would be a good approximation/generalization... hard to detect and isolate the trinity here.

Louche is such a disappointment. Seriously. If you are a fan of big, thick louches like I am... stay far away. This is personal preference to some extent but I am a firm believer that an absinthe should have a solid louche. This has barely anything for show - eve with iced cold water dripped slowly... barely anything happens.

Mouthfeel is thin and watery.

Overall... I may have to mix this with something more substantial to get through it and avoid sinking the bottle. Hate giving terrible reviews but it is what it is...

Sad Louche...
Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     April 13, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.9
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
3.5
Overall 
 
4.0

Very Enjoyable!

Previous to this Blanche Neige, the only other blanche absinthes I've tasted were Kubler and La Clandestine. I'll say that this is a "full-bodied" blanche with a complexity all its own. Perhaps this is due to the génépi - but I found it quite a bit more aggressive (in a good way) than my previous encounters. Really quite promising - even with my preference for vertes... I enjoyed it thoroughly!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     April 13, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.1
Appearance 
 
2.5
Louche 
 
3.5
Aroma 
 
3.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.0
Finish 
 
3.5
Overall 
 
3.0

A Simple Glass

Neat color is very light green. Being an absinthe bottled at 45% - I wouldn't go more than 1:3 and even that is a slight stretch. A bit one-dimensional but not offensive. When louched, appears similar to a blanche, being quite quite pale - close to white. The louche itself is correct and the aroma and taste is good - just very simple. This might be a really good introductory absinthe for beginners.

I expected a bit more from this absinthe - but it remains inexpensive and inoffensive. Not bad.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     April 11, 2014
Last updated: August 22, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.4
Appearance 
 
3.0
Louche 
 
3.5
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.5
Finish 
 
3.0
Overall 
 
3.5

Not Terrible!

Having never had the previous incarnation of this product - this review is based only upon the "Original Recipe" and my experience with other absinthes.

The neat spirit is quite pale green but seemingly natural. Aromas are correct and even shares similarities with some of the better absinthes out there. It louches up very pale green. A sudden louche... not too thick. I've tried this at a few ratios from 1:3-1:5 but nowhere near the 1:7(!) suggested on the label. Aroma is mostly correct... but there is something else going on aside from the traditional profile. A nice absinthe flavor is there also... but is overpowered by something else. Maybe the nettles? A bit astringent. Finish consists mainly of this which is a shame as you can taste the traditional profile underneath.

A good absinthe with peculiar and wounding aspects. With some corrections - I would enjoy this much more.


UPDATE: 08/22/2014 - I based this review off of the United States bottling. Since many have indicated that perhaps there are two batches... one for the US and one for Europe... I purchased a small bottle of the European bottling as well. Happy to say there is absolutely no difference between the two. Same all around.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     April 10, 2014
Last updated: April 10, 2014
Overall rating 
 
2.6
Appearance 
 
2.5
Louche 
 
3.5
Aroma 
 
2.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
2.5
Overall 
 
2.5

Hmmm...

I'll keep it short: color before louche is a dead-leaf which tends to bow to orange-ish. The neat scent is off-putting for me. It's probably due to the brandy base but I'm not entirely sure as there are a LOT of botanicals listed on the label. Louche is great though - nice and thick... billowing cloudbanks with a glass dripper which is a kick to watch. Drip too fast and you'll get a thin louche though! Smell and taste after louche is confusing and off-putting :(

I respect this absinthe for what it represents in American absinthe history - but it just isn't my taste at all.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     April 10, 2014
Last updated: April 10, 2014
Overall rating 
 
4.5
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
5.0
Finish 
 
4.5
Overall 
 
4.5

Wonderfully Authentic

In enjoy this absinthe quite a bit. Color before louche is a more yellow shade of green and the scent is very much expected from something called "authentique". It louches up nicely and is a bit on the thicker side - but that is my preference. Lots of floral scents blossom from the louche and it is a more lengthy process than some others. The color, when louched, is surprisingly more green than the yellow-green cast upon the spirit when neat. It's very nice. The taste is very, very close to something like Jade PF1901 - this is the closest absinthe I can approximate the taste to. Great, solid mouthfeel with a good amount of numbing - with sensations lingering for some time afterwards. I realy do enjoy this extremely balanced and ultra-traditional absinthe from Emile Pernot!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     December 06, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.7
Appearance 
 
4.5
Louche 
 
5.0
Aroma 
 
5.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.5
Finish 
 
4.5
Overall 
 
4.5

Powerful Montana Herbs

I could bask in these aromas all night - floral, powerful, and smooth. Neat color is pretty close to perfect - not too dark... but dark enough to stand out. Louche is glorious and thick - forms a bit quickly with lengthy, oily tentrils which form into heavy cloudbanks. This tastes very similar to how it smells - outstanding. Mouthfeel and finish both present themselves well and are enjoyable. Lots of great flavour and the preparation is difficult to get wrong. Out-standing!

Slightly "medicinal".... rustic... herbal... this is a great American absinthe and one which I expect will always be in my cabinet.

Reviewed by josephlabrecque     December 06, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Appearance 
 
4.5
Louche 
 
3.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.5
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0

Pretty Awesome

Color is a very pretty peridot that really does present well in full sunlight. The aroma before water is interesting - balanced but something else is hiding in the shadows. Louching is very, *very* particular with this one. I find that if I don't use a very slow drip with very cold water that things turn out too thin and not only the louche but the mouthfeel and flavor is also impacted. With proper care... it louches quite nicely and brings out a complex assortment of flavours to enjoy! Using a bubble-glass, I can almost guarentee proper preparation so long as the water is cold enough. The finish is where those spicy notes really rise up and make themselves known - but they are present in the drink proper as well. Nice "coating" of the mouth and a well-rounded finish with slight numbing. Really well-rounded.

A particularly nice absinthe with all of the expected pieces falling into place along with a certain spiciness I cannot place, but enjoy nonetheless. Watch that louche!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.2
Appearance 
 
4.5
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0

Delicate (fragile?)

Coloring is quite pretty as a standard peridot - absolutely proper and traditional. The aroma and taste of Pontarlier wormwood is present and accounted for in a big way... absolutely identifiably Emile Pernot absinthe - powdery and floral. Very, very well balanced with quality ingredients. Delicious. Louche is quite nice - but easy to over water. Best at 3:1 / 3.5/1 as ABV is 56%. Anything higher and you'll be sorry!

This is one absinthe that you really have to pay attention to since it is so very fragile in preparation. Initially, I disliked it as it appeared quite plain to me in terms of flavor - but this is due to my inexperience with the brand and incorrect tempering. It has grown on me quite a bit over time and I now find it to be a wonderful absinthe.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     November 10, 2013
Last updated: May 28, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.3
Appearance 
 
3.5
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.0
Finish 
 
3.0
Overall 
 
2.5

Taste of 1797

Color is a nice, clear peridot. Nothing too striking but quite proper. For the amount of alcohol present, the neat aroma is surprisingly not as overpowering as one would expect with the unmistakable scent of Pontarlier wormwood right up front. The louche forms nicely and results in something thick and lovely. The taste itself if earthy, woody, powdery... lovely bitter wormwood. In fact, I taste lots of wormwood the first few sips - but things become more balanced and sweet as the glass goes on. The flavor is quite enjoyable and fun to explore seeing as how it does tend to shift somewhat over the course of a glass... an adventurous spirit :)

I do perceive where many of these reviews detect a "medicinal" quality to this absinthe. It is there... but I don't find it distracting at all. I'd like to view this aspect to be more of a wild or untamed attribute to this particular brand.


5/28/14 update: Seems I've gotten a bad bottle for my second. I've taken down the scores for flavor and finish, and the overall score has been lowered significantly. I wouldn't buy another bottle until we are assured that the problems with Roquette batches has been sorted out. A real shame :(

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.5
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
5.0
Finish 
 
4.5
Overall 
 
4.5

Sneaky Blanche!

Wow - this absinthe is absolutely transparent unlouched. Looks like water with no particles present. Aromas are lovely, floral, balanced, and inviting. The louche consists of pretty trails which turn to a billowing fogbank! Quite exciting to watch. Very pure white when completely louched and noticing some bluish tints around the edges. Striking! Sweet, quality flavor and aroma. You can really tell the quality of ingredients and the mastery of the distillation process in this absinthe.

With this being a blanche - some of the normal flavorings of a verte are noticeably absent... but this is such a great product that it truly makes up for anything which might be considered "lost" by working so well with what *is* there. An absolutely beautifully crafted spirit.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.2
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.5
Finish 
 
3.5
Overall 
 
4.0

Lovely "Boston" Butterfly

Initial color is a pretty green. Great, big aromas! Smells a bit fruity but still traditional - strikingly similar to Leopold's Verte. Really nice! Louche is milky-green. Taste is delicate but quite balanced... again, something fruity to this. Really quite delicious though. No alcohol heat at all. Maybe use a lower ratio than 5:1 on this. Full, creamy mouthfeel - especially at 3:1/4:1.

A bit delicate but solid... reminds me so much of Leopold's - not a bad thing at all.

Be sure to read up on the story of how an absinthe from Boston ends up being distilled in Switzerland. Very cool!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
3.5
Appearance 
 
3.5
Louche 
 
3.0
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
3.5
Overall 
 
3.5

Milky-White Verte

Color is a very, very pale green. Pretty - but lighter than most vertes I've had. Smell is familiar and very traditional. I find that with absinthe, the aroma is one of the best characteristics to judge since it is often indicative of the taste and finish to come. It louche with lots of billowing clouds - forms quite quickly to a thick and quite pale color as expected from initial appearances. Almost white. Flavor is solid - traditional and balanced. No complaints from me. Wonderful!

4:1 is a nice ratio.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 27, 2013
Last updated: November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
3.0
Appearance 
 
3.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
3.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
2.5
Overall 
 
3.0

"New School American Red"

This is my first rouge - so take this review with that fact in mind...

In general, this is a very similar offering to Toulouse Green. This should really be no surprise to anyone. Where this differs, however is in the obvious coloring and flavor differences since this is a rouge. The unlouched color is an orange-red and is attractive enough; though I know what is more correct in terms of a verte than a rouge, as mentioned above. It looks quite natural and based upon photos from the distiller - appears as though it fades to a more orangish color with age. Perfectly fine. Once louched (again - like the verte... a nice, thick louche) the coloring is pale orange and not unlike some of the vertes I've had which have been aged a bit and had their green color transformed into a more autumnal hue. Nowhere near the vibrant pink one might expect though I'm positive a fresher run would certainly retain those reds better.

As for taste and mouthfeel - this absinthe employs a cane base and that certainly does play the flavor a certain way. Every cane base absinthe I've had seems very sweet... yet with both the Toulouse Red and Toulouse Green, I find the addition of sugar to even out the taste nicely. I know that sounds odd but this has been my consistent experience. The flavor itself is interesting and quite floral. I can only imagine this is due to the coloring herbs and especially hibiscus. This additional flavor is dominent and while I do enjoy it - if you are looking for a more traditional profile, I'd recommend something else. I also wish the mouthfeel was more substantial.

Like it's verte sister; I feel that this is overall a nice absinthe with nothing too distracting about it. Definitely not the traditional experience other brands offer... but the distiller does refer to it as "New School American Red Absinthe" - so I suppose I can't argue with that :)

EDIT 11/10/2013: I find as I get closer to the end of this bottle, the absinthe seems to acquire an unpleasant alcohol heat in the background which distracts from the more herbal flavors. The base also becomes more pronounced. Rating adjusted slightly to take this into account.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 20, 2013
Overall rating 
 
3.4
Appearance 
 
4.5
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
2.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.0
Finish 
 
3.0
Overall 
 
3.5

A Solid Offering

Pre-louche: Proper, vibrant peridot. Brilliant color. Aroma is exactly what you'd expect a good absinthe to smell like with nothing strange lingering in the shadows.

Louched: Milky green. Aroma is not as aggressive as some absinthes - but is, again, proper and an expected aroma. I so wish the pre-louche aroma would carry over more strongly!!! Louche is thick and creamy. Taste is good - nice bitterness from the wormwood. A bit of bite from the alcohol (as others have noted). Definitely not as complex and herbal as others but still quite balanced and welcome.

Just very balanced, overall. Nothing to make it really stand out from others - but it is good, clean, natural, traditional, and authentic absinthe... and that is what really counts! Nice that this can be acquired in the United States - as there aren't a lot of European absinthes this way.

Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 13, 2013
Last updated: August 22, 2014
Overall rating 
 
3.8
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
3.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0

Pacific Gem

Unlouched, Pacifique is a fairly complex green/yellow with a clean scent a bit reminiscent of fir trees. Once tempered with water, these hints are still present alongside a nice balance of the expected absinthe herbs. The louche itself takes a bit to form and is a bit thin – but is entertaining to view and builds into a solid yellowish-green milkiness.

As for flavor – the aromas do not lie and much of the strong herbal character is also quite present in the mouth. Again – very balanced. This is one of the more bitter absinthes I’ve had but I love them this way. Good with or without sugar – though I normally take this one without.

Something I really appreciate about this absinthe is that all of the botanicals are listed on the bottle. Grain neutral spirits with; anise, angelica, coriander, fennel, hyssop, melissa, grand wormwood, and roman wormwood. You know exactly what goes into this elixir.

08/22/2014 UPDATE: Corrected score to account for what I consider a thinner louche. Not as bad as some - but this bottle I have is quite thinner than I remember. Water must be VERY COLD. Slow drip.

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 08, 2013
Overall rating 
 
3.1
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
2.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
3.0
Overall 
 
2.5

Such unexpected flavors...

Pre-louche the color is a proper and natural green. A vibrant, lighter green. When louched, it is quite milky while retaining much of the green coloring. With that said... positives are over.

The aroma is odd. Sort of a mintiness combined with what I can only describe as a "bubblegum" scent. These attributes are also strongly present in the taste. Not what I would expect in an absinthe. I have known no other absinthe out of the 15+ varieties I've had up to this point to have any such characteristics. It's just plain odd.

Vieux Pontarlier looks the part with proper coloring and louche but falls so far short with these aroma and flavor oddities...

I really expected more from this absinthe!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 08, 2013
Last updated: November 10, 2013
Overall rating 
 
3.1
Appearance 
 
3.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
3.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
2.5
Overall 
 
3.0

Lovely Louche

The most attractive aspect of this absinthe for me, is the louche. It is quite thick and entertaining to watch form in the glass. When louched, the absinthe has a creamy feel upon the tongue and is a lovely milky green color. There is some numbing, which I consider appropriate and the flavors are balanced with no single member of the trinity pushing the others aside. I've found that a a dilution ratio of 1:4 suits this pretty well.

Pre-louche; the color is quite green (natural) and some particles can be seen in the bottle (which I take no offense to, whatsoever). The bottle itself is unique in that it has a screw-cap, which I've never seen before on an absinthe.

One thing to advise others upon is the cane base. While it is not as prevalent as some other brands which use a similar base... it is present and it is noticeable. I would say that the use of a grain or grape spirit would improve this absinthe - but there is nothing offensive at all in the present base - it is just presently present and of course lends its attributes to the overall experience :)

It is wonderful to see absinthe coming out of New Orleans again after so many years!

EDIT 11/10/2013: I find as I get closer to the end of this bottle, the absinthe seems to acquire an unpleasant alcohol heat in the background which distracts from the more herbal flavors. The base also becomes more pronounced. Rating adjusted slightly to take this into account.

Reviewed by josephlabrecque     September 06, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.2
Appearance 
 
3.5
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.5
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.5

Meadow of Deliciousness

My appreciation for this closely matches that of another Delaware Phoenix absinthe - Walton Waters. I'm always blown away by how flavorful and balanced MoL is. It's one of those absinthes which I keep to the back of my stash so as to prolong its stay in my cupboard. Everything about it is quite correct; from the louche, to the flavours and aroma. Really quite excellent.

Overall one of my absolute favorites for just how creamy and simply delicious it is!

Traditional Absinthe
Reviewed by josephlabrecque     July 19, 2013
Last updated: September 13, 2013
Overall rating 
 
2.5
Appearance 
 
3.0
Louche 
 
2.5
Aroma 
 
2.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
2.5
Finish 
 
2.5
Overall 
 
2.5

Rummy, Rum, Rum

I really, really want to like this absinthe more - but the weaknesses in the current offering are too great to ignore. This is one of the first absinthe's I've seen in the U.S. which are below the $50 mark. If I remember correctly... I picked this up for ~$38... and for that price... it is okay. There are other brands which sell for $55 and $60 which I'd rate similarly.

In this case - the rum base is quite overpowering. Upon my first glass - this wasn't as noticeable (I do enjoy a good rum!) Having had a good number of glasses now though - it really does become apparent in a powerful way.

The louche is also quite thin. Taking into consideration that this is a 55 - I've tried it with less water but still find things off. Aroma is rummy... flavor is rummy with absinthe botanicals in the background.

Overall - this would probably be a good introductory absinthe and the price is a major point which should not be overlooked by those just starting their journey :)

Reviewed by josephlabrecque     March 16, 2013
Last updated: September 06, 2013
Overall rating 
 
4.6
Appearance 
 
4.5
Louche 
 
4.5
Aroma 
 
4.5
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
5.0
Finish 
 
4.5
Overall 
 
4.5

Strange Name - Amazing Absinthe

Color: The bottle I have is a much darker - more yellow/brown color than the greener colors I've seen in photos of this particular brand. It's very pleasant to look at and lends a more unique character to the absinthe.

Louche: Nice and thick. Good separation of the unlouched portion and the louched content during the process. It's a good, steady climb.

Aroma: Very pleasant. I can't help but compare it a bit to Leopolds Verte. Quite enjoyable and very present during the louche.

Flavor: Balanced and traditional. Really everything a proper absinthe should be. A delicious undertaking.

Mouthfeel: Substantial and creamy. Nothing wimpy about this absinthe whatsoever.

Finish: Nice numbing... lingering flavors which shift a bit as time passes. Entirely lovely.

Overall: Absolutely one of my favorite absinthes. This is one of the rare absinthes I plan to try and keep on hand at all times!

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