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Compounds in Absinthe

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Lawl, for serious. I'm trying to learn more about absinthe - not get high. If that's what you're thinking, senor Songcatcher, then boo.

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Dude, lose the gif in your sig line. I don't want to look at that every time you make a post.

 

You'll have to be more specific. Are you displeased with the size or the content of the gif?

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Also, you would need to look up each herb individually.

 

Each absinthe is different in herbal ingredients, and most producers keep at least some ingredients proprietary.

 

 

That's absolutely true, but many compounds will not be present in absinthe due to distillation. Heavy oils with high boiling points are unlikely to come off during distillation. A verte would be somewhat of an exception to this statement, but vertes are not colored with every herb normally used in the first maceration.

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Thank God for that, Aa has some realy nasty stuff. Oxy's stuff has as good info as you are going to get this side of Ted. Ted of course, does know a good bit about the compounds in PF-1901, but since that research is the foundation to the recipe for JL1901, you might have to buy him a drink or seven to loosen up.

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