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La Capricieuse
Traditional Absinthe
Color: Clear and attractive

Louche: As with ClB, a very nice cloudy louche leading up to a milky white finished product with pink and blue hues.

Aroma: Clean, crisp and alpine. Nicely balanced, although there is a bit of heat.

Flavor: Nice balance of wormwood and anise, with the wormwood astringency coming out a bit stronger than the other herbs. In a good way.

Finish: The anise and wormwood linger very nicely.

Overall: Not a whole heck of a lot different than La Clandestine, aside from being stronger. But I couldn't find many other blanches that I'd rather be similar too.
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0
Reviewed by Brian Robinson July 03, 2010
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Another good offering from CAB

Color: Clear and attractive

Louche: As with ClB, a very nice cloudy louche leading up to a milky white finished product with pink and blue hues.

Aroma: Clean, crisp and alpine. Nicely balanced, although there is a bit of heat.

Flavor: Nice balance of wormwood and anise, with the wormwood astringency coming out a bit stronger than the other herbs. In a good way.

Finish: The anise and wormwood linger very nicely.

Overall: Not a whole heck of a lot different than La Clandestine, aside from being stronger. But I couldn't find many other blanches that I'd rather be similar too.

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