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  1. Not that I am aware of. I have other drinks that are grape spirit based that have never effected me this way. St. George is made from grapes as well.
  2. This is drinking it after dinner and then going to bed an hour or two later. The following morning is when I feel sick. In contrast I have a few kinds available; St. George, Pernod and Keubler. I drink them at the same time as the Jade 1901 and yet I don't wake up feeling sick the next day. This leads me to wonder if there is something specific with the Jade 1901 that might cause this. Perhaps its causing additional stomach acid to generate than the other three brands I have causing me to feel ill. This specific brand also seems to function as a laxative so perhaps with the increased generation in stomach acid its being ejected from the stomach into the bowels. *sorry if this is too graphic for anyone, but I'm not sure how else to solve this.
  3. I've been having an sue with Jade 1901. It seems that every time I drink some the following morning I have nausea. I'm only drinking 1 once of the liquor. I've experienced this a number of times with the same bottle, each time a few days or even a week apart. I was curious if any else had experienced this.
  4. Thank you everyone for the warm welcomes! Are you referring to https://catskillcellars.com?
  5. Hello everyone, So I've recently become a fan of absinthe. I had the hardest finding a liquor that really suits me, but this is it. Unfortunately in the state of Utah there are only three brands available; Absente, Kübler, and Pernod. The Absente was horrible, the Kübler is good but has an almost woody taste I'm not super fond of. I'm having a bad time with the Pernod, I can't seem to mix it right to minimize the heat. I have been using simple syrup instead of sugar cubes. I'm absolutely in love with St. George which I tried a few months back and that is easily my favorite, but I can't get it in Utah at all. Utah has some crazy strict liquor laws that prevent me from special ordering it through the state liquor store and I can't ship it into the state. So that's my absinthe life thus far. Thanks!