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.
No, It is supposed to have that giant bug that looks like a punked out praying mantis in it . Not sure why though.
Outstanding value for the money.
One of the few drinkable Czech Absinths
Decently made if not overly exciting. High proof compared to many others for the price
This is a Czech Absinth, hence it contains less fennel, anise and mint than French or Swiss Absinthes.The distillery dates from 1518.
FOUL TASTING, bordering on poisonous. Stupidly expensive. AVOID !!!
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.
Actually drinkable – unusual for a Czech absinth.
This is a French absinthe from a 19th-century recipe and made in traditional stills using traditional methods.T
Very much a love it or hate it proposition.
An absinthe for people who don’t like anise.
A very traditional style absinthe
Best there is.
Price is about average but the quality is outstanding.
One of the best mass produced absinthes out there .
Think of this as a New World Absinthe.
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.
Probably a best buy for quality and price.
This is an absinthe microdistilled by Philadelphia Distilling (who also make Blue Coat Gin).