Reviews written by Bill Martz
|Flavor / Mouthfeel||3.0|
v. 3 - The best Czech absinthe I've tasted
Color: Pale olive with no haze. It looked natural. Louche: Started very quick but was fun to watch while it lasted. About 1:1 and then it thinned a tiny...
|Flavor / Mouthfeel||2.0|
Long on bitter and numbing, short on flavor
The color was gold with a tiny bit of green. Ahhh, the louche. It happened so fast that it wasn't enjoyable. Very thick and no opalescence. ...
Last updated: December 28, 2007
|Flavor / Mouthfeel||5.0|
Belle Amie, Very nice indeed.
The color was like a mid 70's furniture greenish gold. Totally natural in my opinion but not as green as I'd expect of a new release. I really did like...
|Flavor / Mouthfeel||4.0|
Mohawk the American Pre-Ban
To taste a genuine pre-ban American absinthe was something extraordinary. The color was pale yellow/green depending on the lightsource. I felt it was just right for the age after seeing...
A Classic Cocktail
Ben Scorah, of New York’s Beekman Bar & Books