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Absinthe King of Spirits Gold with 100mg of thujone! The new design of the bottle and image reflects its customers' current modern lifestyle. Naturally, King of Spirits's exceptional and unmistakable taste, which comes out most distinctly when the drink is served well cooled, will never change.
Absinthe King Gold is hand-made according to an original Swiss absinthe recipe and it is free of all artificial colorings, additives and preservatives. All the essential ingredients and herbs are carefully selected and processed to ensure the unique taste of strong absinthe liquor. The delicate process of maceration continues with the presence of herbs (the main herb being wormwood) in the bottle. This grande absinthe gives us a glimpse of what absinthe was like starting its first steps on the road to becoming the most popular drink in France.
This full-bodied handmade absinthe contains 100 mg/kg of thujone! And that is the key. That was why this absinthe is Gold - 100 mg of thujone.
Absinthe King of Spirits Gold is made the old way from carefully selected herbs. 100mg of thujone makes Absinthe King of Spirits Gold as strong as the legitimate, real Absinthes of the 19th century.
Absinthe King Gold is very rich in its herbal content and too powerful, therefore drinking it neat is not recommended. It is also not very enjoyable. It is absolutely glorious when diluted by an unbroken stream of chilly water! Diluting absinthe is an artform, but you can learn all about it by checking out this absinthe dilution chart.
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|Did you know that...?
|Foremost of the stimulants is thujone, the psychoactive chemical at the heart of the herb wormwood, which, along with anisette, gives absinthe its bitter, black liquorish taste. While once thought to instigate similar reactions as marijuana's THC, recent research suggests it modulates the neurotransmitter GABAA, which plays a vital role in cognitive thought. Subsequently, absinthe provides a level of clarity not usually associated with alcoholic drinks.