Best Absinthe Brands Reviewed
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Jade 1901 Absinthe Supérieure is a classic vintage-style absinthe, balanced and crisp, with an ultra smooth aroma and taste.
Abisinthe Amer 72 is an absinthe ideal for an initiation to stronger herbal profiles with the highest thujone content available .
Blanche Neige presents a pronounced wormwood and fennel profile with a wonderfully minty, fruity taste.
Jade Edouard is a faithful reproduction of a famous pre-ban 72° absinthe highly regarded during the Belle Époque.
La Clandestine, distilled using a recipe from 1935 includes more than 10 plants and is still distilled in the Val-de-Travers Region.
Butterfly Absinthe is inspired by an American absinthe from the early 1900s, produced in Boston before the US ban on absinthe.
Nouvelle-Orléans has its heritage rooted in the original absinthes that made the sazerac cocktail famous in the United States.
Grön Opal is made according to a French recipe from the 19th century characterized by intense and fruity Swedish wormwood.
La Grenouille has a classic taste of wormwood, green anise, fennel, lemon-balm and hyssop achieving a warm, velvety taste.