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Jade 1901 Absinthe

(70cl, 68%)

Jade 1901 Absinthe

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Jade 1901 Bottling Note

Created by the superb Jade company this is a classic absinthe based on a 1901 recipe which was used by the famous Pernod Fils distillery based in Saumur, France.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh flowers and hints of wormwood. Star anise is ripe and intense. Quite herbal with perhaps a hint of peppermint too. Very earthy.

Palate: Creamy, thick palate entry with wormwood and fennel to the fore. Hints of aniseed and allspice. Dried flowers and a little sweetness.

Finish: Crisp, minty finish with spices on the tail.

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Jade 1901 Absinthe Reviews

Jades best absinthe

1901 is a revisial of pre ban pernod fills. Aside from the leathery taste from ageing, the old pre ban sample was better, however not by much. If the pre ban was a made today 1901 is what you would get. For true absinthe conisure, made the old way. Outstanding at 1 to three (water) no sugar needed. And get ready for some beautiful fennel and wine base

12th September 2018

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