- Distilled in forests of Bohemia with the finest wormwood, pure grain alcohol and spring water
- Small particles are an indication of quality absinthe and authenticity
- Bohemian-style absinthe containing 10mg of thujone, 64% abv.
- Handsomely designed bottle, lovely addition to any collection of fine liquors
This Absinthe was ok, you need to add sugar, water and some orange juice, then it is much better tasting. Do Not drink straight. The reviewers that only rated it one or two stars, obviously did not add anything but water. Also, for you people that wanted to try it, should have ordered the smaller bottle. I do enjoy the Original Absinthe much better. Thanks!! Brian S. U.S.A.<br />
The Absinthe does, indeed, taste a little Scope-like, but is still the real deal, with a nice ride once you're into it. It isn't a conneseur's Absinthe, and suffered terribly in the side-by-side test I conducted with serval other brands, and may change the taste of cocktail recipes in unpredictable ways. However, all that said, I have friends who are not regular consumers who found it easier to drink. It is very novice-friendly. If sipped neat, with no other comparison and no mixers, it's shortcomings are eventually concealed. I will buy it again and offer it to occasional drinkers, although I'll horde my other good stuff to myself."<br />
This is my 10th different type of Absinthe I have tried, and I must say I was disappointed. The green colour seemed a bit artificial, almost flourescent in color. Aroma was pleasant, initial taste was nearly all alcohol followed by a sharp pang of "mouthwashy" mint. After effects were not noticable. All in all, I would pass on this and go with the much better Fruko Schulz."<br />