No, It is supposed to have that giant bug that looks like a punked out praying mantis in it . Not sure why though.
Not bad, maybe the best of the worst. Czech Absinth is a grim category generally speaking.
We evaluate French and Czech absinthe as two entirely different styles/expressions so please bear that in mind when reading the evaluations/ratings.
One of the few drinkable Czech Absinths
This is a Czech Absinth, hence it contains less fennel, anise and mint than French or Swiss Absinthes.The distillery dates from 1518.
An Excellent Bourbon that has an intriguing backstory and proves that innovation can result in bringing back long lost taste profiles, and for some of us, memories…
FOUL TASTING, bordering on poisonous. Stupidly expensive. AVOID !!!
Might be better as a bitter tonic (Amaro) than thought of as an Absinth(e)
Actually drinkable – unusual for a Czech absinth.
Less toxic than many of its competitiors from the Czech Republic.
A blend of Czech, French and Swiss recipes to arrive at something that approaches pleasant enough to think about buying.
This is a Czech Absinth which I know almost nothing about- all the labels are in Czech.
Billed as the “Only enjoyable Czech Absinthe.” Actually one of the best Czech absinthes I have ever had.