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Murmichan Scottish Absinthe

(50cl, 64%)

Murmichan Scottish Absinthe
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Murmichan Bottling Note

The following shouldn't really come as a surprise to you - Scotland is quite well-known for its whisky but not particularly well-known for its absinthe. This might change with the introduction of Murmichan, which is said to be the first Scottish absinthe! It's made with a combination of traditional (wormwood, aniseed, fennel, star anise) and Scottish botanicals (bramble leaves, heather flower), and has been bottled at 64% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Citrus peels, nettle tea, thyme, liquorice root, white pepper.

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Murmichan Scottish Absinthe Reviews

Oof, you won't beat the quality at this excellent price

Be though myself a long time absinthe-drinker, truth be told it's been a long time since I've imbibed - due to spiralling taxation and importion costs...

Behold! As I thought all were lost due to such a financial inconvenience, the Murmichan flashed her iridescent tail through the white, frothing shores of La Fée Verte - and I reckoned I would fancy my chances at a catch.

Well rounded, and soft on the palette without letting up on a melange of herbal complexity. Oh, and that louche! It louches beautifully, like a fragment of Chinese jade in soft lamplight. The palate is sweet and musky, and I found it louched well with brown sugar to bring out the hyssop and bitter wormwood.

Should ye embark on such a voyage to bring an historical drink to life through the eyes of a Scottish fae, look no further than to trade your coin for this bottle. Highly recommended, says I!

9th March 2021

An excellent, well made absinthe

This is an excellent absinthe following a traditional recipe with an added Scottish twist. It is well made and the quality shows as it doesn't have an overpowering black liquorice flavour and instead you get the wormwood menthol coming through before a hint of sweet heather hits in the finish. Mixed with water it has an excellent louche.

This is a very reasonably priced absinthe that puts more expensive ones to shame.

17th August 2020

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