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L'Enjôleuse
Traditional Absinthe
Color: Deep and dark fuille morte. Darker than your normal 'fresh' absinthe, but not murky.

Louche: Thick, turbulent and opalescent. It brightens up quite a bit. Browns, greens and yellows. Quite attractive.

Aroma: Sweet, herbacious and wonderful. Anise, wormwood, tropical fruits, and strong wine base. Complex and room filling.

Flavor: Very complex. Lots of wormwood balanced by smooth anise. The wine base asserts itself, but it not obtrusive. Spicy, herbaceous, delicious.

Finish: Herbal and spicy. Lingers just long enough.

Overall: Along the lines of the other Parisiennes, it's a strong flavored absinthe. Quite enjoyable. A very nice addition to the collection.
Overall rating 
 
4.2
Appearance 
 
4.0
Louche 
 
4.0
Aroma 
 
5.0
Flavor / Mouthfeel 
 
4.0
Finish 
 
4.0
Overall 
 
4.0
Reviewed by Brian Robinson January 12, 2011
#1 Reviewer  -   View all my reviews (211)

VERY tasty!

Color: Deep and dark fuille morte. Darker than your normal 'fresh' absinthe, but not murky.

Louche: Thick, turbulent and opalescent. It brightens up quite a bit. Browns, greens and yellows. Quite attractive.

Aroma: Sweet, herbacious and wonderful. Anise, wormwood, tropical fruits, and strong wine base. Complex and room filling.

Flavor: Very complex. Lots of wormwood balanced by smooth anise. The wine base asserts itself, but it not obtrusive. Spicy, herbaceous, delicious.

Finish: Herbal and spicy. Lingers just long enough.

Overall: Along the lines of the other Parisiennes, it's a strong flavored absinthe. Quite enjoyable. A very nice addition to the collection.

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