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Absenteroux Vermouth à l'Absinthe

(75cl, 18%)

Absenteroux Vermouth à l'Absinthe

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Absenteroux Vermouth Bottling Note

A vermouth à l'absinthe! Aromatised with absinthe herbs and spices such as wormword, lemon, anise and gentian. An interesting cocktail ingredient, also good with tonic or soda over ice.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Gentian and wormwood shine in this earthy, herbaceous bitter aperitif wine - much richer and more interesting than so many absinthe-associated anise-flavoured drinks.

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Absenteroux Vermouth à l'Absinthe Reviews

A New Favourite

This was quite a surprise; difficult to describe or to categorise, it's not what you'd expect from either absinthe or vermouth, but I'll take my best shot: Imagine absinthe without the intense anise flavour and alcohol heat, then imagine an ambrato vermouth but less sweet and more herby, with the lighter body of a dry white; and then mash those two notions together into one coherent thing.

I'm not sure who to recommend this to, but I like ambrato vermouth, I like bitter aperitivos, and I like this, if that helps. One caveat: it doesn't easily substitute for other vermouths for the purpose of cocktail-mixing; it would probably be good with gin but totally unlike a martini, and definitely off in place of a red/sweet vermouth in a manhattan, negroni, etc. Best, I think, either plain over ice, or in a new cocktail of your own creation after you've had a taste and inspiration strikes.

3rd September 2020

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