Pernod Absinthe Superieur The Original Recipe 1

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SG324437
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Color: Bright green close to yellow, combined with water, Pernod Absinthe is adorned with a light opalescent green Nose: The powerful note of the wormwood herb, both green and animal...
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Color: Bright green close to yellow, combined with water, Pernod Absinthe is adorned with a light opalescent green Nose: The powerful note of the wormwood herb, both green and animal (musky) is refreshed by herbaceous notes of hyssop and citrus notes of lemon balm The whole note is softened by floral and round notes of anise seed The extracts of other aniseed plants enhance the freshness and bring their contribution to the complexity of the product Palate: The attack is fresh, with a distinctive feature marked by wormwood herb softened by aniseed notes Then, green, spicy and slightly medicinal notes from other plants follow, bringing a lot of complexity The final note is a balance between the smooth and almost sweet note from aniseed and the bitterness brought by the Pontique wormwood In 1805, Henri Louis Pernod founded the first French Absinthe Distillery in Pontarlier. From the first Maison Pernod-Fils distillery to the infamous absinthe ban, La Belle Epoque to the re-discovery of the original recipe, the rich history of the Maison Pernod spans more than two centuries. Almost one century after being prohibited, and after two years of research, Pernod recreates its distillery in Thuir and relaunches the original recipe "Recette Traditionnelle" inspired by a 19th century manuscript.

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