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Traditional Absinthe
Color: A nice, bright, inviting peridot green.

Louche: Very nice opalescence. Greens, yellows and white. Bright and attractive.

Aroma: Sweet, light, herbal and refreshing. Nice hints of wormwood with fresh and bright anise.

Flavor: Much more flavor than your average Vdt le Bleue. Herbal and (again) bright. The level of bitterness is more acceptable than with its cousin, Angelique.

Finish: Herbal and pleasant but needs to stick around a bit more.

Overall: Quite a pleasant departure from your average Vdt product. Many of them seem to blend in together, but this one stands out by being much more complex and interesting.
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 09, 2011
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Not your average VdT product

Color: A nice, bright, inviting peridot green.

Louche: Very nice opalescence. Greens, yellows and white. Bright and attractive.

Aroma: Sweet, light, herbal and refreshing. Nice hints of wormwood with fresh and bright anise.

Flavor: Much more flavor than your average Vdt le Bleue. Herbal and (again) bright. The level of bitterness is more acceptable than with its cousin, Angelique.

Finish: Herbal and pleasant but needs to stick around a bit more.

Overall: Quite a pleasant departure from your average Vdt product. Many of them seem to blend in together, but this one stands out by being much more complex and interesting.

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