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The Sazerac - perfected!

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#91 Hedonmonkey


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 08:22 AM

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#92 Zman (Marc Bernhard)

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Posted 20 May 2018 - 07:00 AM

Interesting take on this. From my own personal standpoint, I agree 100% with your post, except I like to leave a bit more absinthe in the glass. At the distillery we've been working (for quite a while now) on a line of cocktail bitters. We've come upon a historical recipe/process for a tropical style (think Creole or what Peychaud's was before artificial coloring), that IMHO, is superior to Peychauds. If you ever happen to visit the Seattle area (any of you), please feel free to meet up with me and I'll let you taste.

If you don't like anise at all, you're not likely to care for any decent absinthe, as absinthe is an anise flavored drink. It's kind of like asking if there are any good beers that don't taste like hops or malt.----Hiram

Marc Bernhard, owner and Master Distiller of Pacific Distillery LLC
Maker of Pacifique Absinthe and Voyager Single Batch Distilled Gin and vodka.
Woodinville, WA, USA

#93 Cajun Magic

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Posted 20 May 2018 - 09:24 AM

Good news! If ever I am in the area you know I won't be a stranger.
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