A verte Swiss Absinthe made using a dozen different botanicals. This is a classic style of Absinthe, designed for true connoisseurs. It was named after creator Claude-Alain Bugnon's daughter, and also because it contains Angelica.
This one took a while to grow on me. I got a sample and at first - although I liked it - decided it wasn't the one for me. But the delicious spicy complexity grew on me and I can't get it out of my head. Bitter sweet aniseed, angelica (as the name suggests, I guess) and a curious pine-wood/incense/tobbacco note - it was this taste that I initially indifferent to. But this is the very experience that has drawn me back and I shall be ordering a bottle shortly. Recommended, if you've sampled a few absinthe's already. x
22nd June 2013
Very nearly as good as Butterfly - needs water but not much if any sugar. Complex, well rounded and sweet, not bitter at all. Pricey but worth it
1st September 2012