Absente Absinthe Liqueur
Absinthe was the trademark drink during the heady days of 19th century Paris. Famous artists, writers and poets like Picasso, Baudelaire, Hemingway, Degas, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec and Oscar Wilde all heavily indulged in it. Maybe it was the mystical allure of "The Green Fairy," or maybe it helped inspire their creativity.
1 oz. Chambord Liqueur
4 oz. Cranberry Juice
AROMA: Incredibly subtle out of the bottle. Even once it begins to louche, the aroma doesn't increase greatly. COLOR: Very bright peridot.
TASTE: The first mouthful comes on light, with a gentle anise flavor. The fennel taste is even milder. If you’re looking for a strongly-herbed absinthe, this is not the drink for you. Much like its aroma, the flavor is incredibly subdued. FINISH: It does have a fairly profound numbing effect on the tongue.
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