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Absinthe is an alcoholic Spirit created by distilling the neutral alcohol with wormwood, fennel, anise, and other spices and herbs. It has a liquorice-like flavour with 45% to 74% ABV. Traditionally, it is natural green in colour, but can also be colourless.
Absinthe emerged in the canton of NeuchÐ“Ñ“Ð’Ñžtel, Switzerland, in the 18th Century. Then, it gained popularity as an alcoholic beverage in the 19th Century in France, especially among Parisian writers and artists.
There are mainly two styles of Absinthe, Czech/Bohemian and Swiss/French. Bohemian or Czech style Absinthe production process is similar to Whisky or flavoured Vodka. It is made by mixing base alcohol with colouring, flavourings, and sugar.
This technique produces Absinthe quicker with less expensive ingredients. Therefore, it is usually cheap. Also, it does not include anise in it. In contrast, French or Swiss Absinthe is most traditional since the spirit was invented along the French border in Switzerland.
Prepared slowly distilling liquor with botanicals and then colouring the spirit has additional herbs. Anise oil doesn't dissolve in the water, so there is the presence of white cloudiness or louche in Absinthe.
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How Do You Drink Absinthe?
You can drink Absinthe in the following ways:
- You can consume it with a water shot. Another good way to use Absinthe is Cocktails. For example, a drink named Death in the Afternoon involves adding an Absinthe shot to a glass of Champagne, then filling it with Sparkling Wine. Also, mix the supper club-staple Sazerac with Absinthe.
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Absinthe is not an easy drink. Generally, it has ABV higher than 55 %. Even weaker Absinthe is stronger than Whisky and Vodka. Here are some of the best absinthe brands to try:
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Generally, Absinthe is natural green in colour, but it may also be colourless. Bottled at a high ABV level, Absinthe usually gets diluted with water for consumption.
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People who know the tradition to involve flame, water, and sugar usually enjoy Absente 55. This drink derives its bitterness from different aromatic plants. Absente 55 is a blend of mint, aniseed flavours, Absinthe, and spices. It gives unexpected flavour length.
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It is a high-proof spirit, distilled from the DNA of Wormwood and anise of the Pontarlier region. It brings a bold and mysterious aura that is authentic and truly unmistakable.
Prepared by using traditional techniques and combining macerates and wine-based distillates, Pernod shows respect for the actual manufacturing process. The combination of aromatic plants and the conventional extraction process reveals wormwood's delicacy and offers complexity and subtlety to the final product.
It is a premium distilled spirit that a modern Absinthe initially created in Bohemia with subtle herbal undertones of mint, fennel, and less aniseed. However, bohemian tastes always meant less usage of aniseed in the drink's production.
Therefore, it explains the reason why Bohemian Absinthe does not turn louche or milky after the addition of water. In contrast, La Fee Parisian Absinthe heavy aniseed flavour is unsuitable for cocktail making.
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This drink was hand-crafted in 1860 at the Distilleries et Domaines in Provence. Grande Absente made exclusively with select botanicals and high-quality spirits, includes the legendary botanical wormwood, also famous as 'artemisia absinthium'.
Grande Absente is set apart because of the combination of high-quality regional botanicals mix and French artisanal distillation methods. As a result, Absinthe has excellent taste. However, always remember to carefully drink this French 'Verte' Absinthe with 138 proof (69% ABV).
Does Absinthe Make People Hallucinate?
No, Absinthe does not make people hallucinate. This common misconception linked to poor-quality home distillates and wrong scientific experiments flooded during the Belle poque. These unlawful absinthes might have toxic ingredients often consumed in lead cups.
As it happens, there is no dangerous drug in modern-day Absinthe but strong alcohol.
Is Absinthe Legal?
Absinthe is legal. But minors, that means a person who is under 18 years of age are not legally allowed to buy or drink absinthe or any other alcoholic beverage in Australia.
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