More of a Pastis than an Absinthe, particularly because of it’s lack of a specific type of wormwood ( which from a taste standpoint can be a plus for some people) but pleasant enough, and moderately priced.
Well made,heavy enough to get confiscated at the airport.
A rare red variation of Absinthe
Outstanding value for the money.
Handmade, mouthblown, absinthe glass replica of one of the more desirable antique glasses
Overall a very nicely done and somewhat understated absinthe of a slightly nontraditional bent.
Guy is an old historical brand and this absinthe is trying to tie into the history with the appearance of the bottle and label.
An excellent choice for both the novice trying an absinthe for the first time or a jaded connoisseur …..
Decently made if not overly exciting. High proof compared to many others for the price
An authentic but very approachable Absinthe.
Designed or conceived as more of a shooter (like Jagermeister) that is sweetened to dispense with the whole spoon ritual and more easily served in a higher volume enviroment.
Hand distilled, labeled and bottled, don’t see that much anymore.
This is a French absinthe from a 19th-century recipe and made in traditional stills using traditional methods.T
A nicely balanced easy to drink Swiss absinthe
If you are into Absinthe (or even Pastis) in a serious way, you need one of these!
Handmade, mouthblown, absinthe glass replica of the glasses usually found in eastern France and the Swiss border (est=east in French).
Very much a love it or hate it proposition.
An absinthe for people who don’t like anise.
A very traditional style absinthe
An interesting Bohemian Absinthe, Almost an Amaro in some ways.
Best there is.
Price is about average but the quality is outstanding.
This is a Swiss absinthe distilled in Val-de-Travers, Switzerland – considered by many to be the birthplace and home of absinthe. François Bezencon is a family distiller who has been in business for about 40 years or so.
One of the best mass produced absinthes out there .
Think of this as a New World Absinthe.
Probably a best buy for quality and price.
One of the best white French absinthes you can find
A delightful but limited edition of a outstanding absinthe.
A great absinthe in a handy pump spray bottle.
This is an absinthe microdistilled by Philadelphia Distilling (who also make Blue Coat Gin).