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Absente

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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.

  • Rating: 7
  • Value: 8

François Guy

Guy is an old historical brand and this absinthe is trying to tie into the history with the appearance of the bottle and label.

  • Rating: 7
  • Value: 7

L’ Amesinthe Verte

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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.

  • Rating: 8
  • Value: 7

Large Est Absinthe Glass

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Handmade, mouthblown, absinthe glass replica of the glasses usually found in eastern France and the Swiss border (est=east in French).

  • Rating: 9
  • Value: 8

Père François

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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.

  • Rating: 7
  • Value: 8

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