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Pernod Absinthe

(70cl, 68%)

Pernod Absinthe

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Pernod Absinthe Bottling Note

A herbal, intense absinthe from Pernod - famous today for being a top producer of France's beloved Pastis, but once renowned (or should we say "infamous") as the first absinthe distillery when they opened in 1805. This was inspired by an original recipe that was created before the 1915 absinthe ban...

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Pernod Absinthe Reviews

Quite similar to Pastis.

I bought one here just a month ago. Casually I had a bottle of Pastis Richard at home and I was able to make a comparison: it's quite the same thing, with more alcohol added. Next time I'll try something else.

20th February 2017

Two types of Pernod Absinthe.

When it first came out it tasted like 'Pernod Anis' on steroids, not itself a bad thing, but since they 'rediscovered' the old recipe a few years ago, it became more Absinthe like. Actually quite similar to Jade's 1901, although you could argue over the quality compared to each other.

21st September 2016

Ignore the above

This is not even similar to regular Pernod. Even if it was, the recipe is about to change due to the rediscovery of a grape-based spirit recipe. Unlike La Fee Bohémian this will louche beautifully and works wonderfully in a number of cocktails. It is a good, solid Absinthe.

29th June 2013

Regular Pernod...

...but bottled at higher strength, with added green dye. Pay an extra £20 or so, research (try some samples) and purchase a bottle of far superior quality absinthe that are available. x

22nd June 2013

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