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Traditional Absinthe
Color: Clear and attractive. No visible sedimant or flaw.

Louche: Quick and turbulent, leading to a nicely formed, yet still a bit translucent finish product.

Aroma: Fresh, with touches of mint, fennel and anise. Not a lot of wormwood detectable.

Flavor: Muted, but enjoyable. Well balanced, but nothing notable.

Finish: As with the flavor, it's just 'there'. Good, but unremarkable.

Overall: What can I say. It's nice. It's enjoyable. It's just not very unique or attention grabbing. Would go great in cocktails I imagine. But it's really not anything I'd go out of my way to try to buy, especially with so many other good products available in the states.
Overall rating 
 
3.5
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
4.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
3.0
Finish 
 
3.0
Overall 
 
3.0
Reviewed by Brian Robinson July 03, 2010
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Decent, but nothing to write home about

Color: Clear and attractive. No visible sedimant or flaw.

Louche: Quick and turbulent, leading to a nicely formed, yet still a bit translucent finish product.

Aroma: Fresh, with touches of mint, fennel and anise. Not a lot of wormwood detectable.

Flavor: Muted, but enjoyable. Well balanced, but nothing notable.

Finish: As with the flavor, it's just 'there'. Good, but unremarkable.

Overall: What can I say. It's nice. It's enjoyable. It's just not very unique or attention grabbing. Would go great in cocktails I imagine. But it's really not anything I'd go out of my way to try to buy, especially with so many other good products available in the states.

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