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Hieronymous Bosch Temptation absinthe

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Quite the translated description (from the manufacturer):

 

"Absinthe Hieronymus Bosch Temptation Verte is another quantum-jump in the present-day absinthe-manufacture. If not too many want to betray here, because the competition could copy. This absinthe is dedicated the Middle-Age-painter Hieronymus Bosch, who was known for his mysterious paintings. This absinthe also is very mysterious, because by its colouring herbs (we used quite new components this time), a very intensive emerald colour is generated, that is gained purely of course without artificial dyes of course. How anyway with all our personally developped absinthe. Another big secret is the used wormwood and our particular processing-manner, that cause an exquisite Absinthium-taste with simultaneous sweetness, in which also all bitterness is excluded. His/its clouding starts already very early and is exemplary. It passes for itself together with the intensively green color a color-game worth seeing. In the end, the clouding is very dense also with dilution of 1:5. Also the effect is to be equated in for example with the absinthe-effect of the Toulouse Lautrec Christmas Edition... Connoisseurs and experienced know, what that is...This Absinthe is distilled from purely natural ingredients in very small batches in a wildlife-area in handycraft-work. Therefore, each bottle is an Unique here. The first batch consists can be feared of 168 bottles and it here that this will be assaulted very fast. Finally the absinthe-connoisseurs know if we created a new top-absinthe. The development-time for this Premium-absinthe amounted appr. 1,5 years and it, exactly 24 tests were prepared, that were improved continually, until the outstanding final result was certain. Let yourself seduce Hieronymus Bosch Temptation verte from our new top-absinthe. You will be surprised positively."

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Didn't you know that the best absinthes are produced under a full moon deep in the woods with the most skilled handycraft-work. Although judging from the review, I don't think they need to worry about their bottles being assaulted very fast.

 

Gotta love computer translators! :cheerz:

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"The first batch consists can be feared of 168 bottles and it here that this will be assaulted very fast."

 

 

That's so weird... 5 people said that exact same thing to me today! :tongue:

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I just took "The first batch consists can be feared of 168 bottles and it here that this will be assaulted very fast." and had a computer transtlate into Urdu, then took that, and translated it back to English. Here's what came out:

 

 

"The first batch of apprehension of may, playing 168 bottles of violence here and it will be made the target that it is bad."

 

Perhaps a closer truth thanks to Urdu!

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Well, I do have the blanche ( its been sitting in my cabinet for the last 4 months) . I guess I'm going to have to uncork it and see how bad it is. How do you guys send your review samples by the way?

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Well, I cracked a bottle of the blanche last night and while drinkable its really not very good. Smacks of too much star anise and something that is really too sweet. The smell was not at all attractive and the whole concoction reminded me of something ( perhaps licorice cough drops) that I had had as a child. Does louche thickly however. Perhaps I can use it for cocktails.

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