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St. George Absinthe Verte (750 ML)


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Local from Alameda CA. Its complexity comes from the use of fine brandy, star anise, mint, wormwood, lemon balm, hyssop, meadowsweet, basil, fennel, tarragon and stinging nettles.


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JOHN W.  |   Suisun City, CA  |   2/7/2015
WAY OVERDOES the CITRUS ASPECT. IS this a California thing? Made in Alameda, CA? AVOID.
Title says it all. There is better & worse available from BEVMO.  This is way too citrus/grassy.  Ugh.
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GERALD L.  |   Vallejo, CA  |   10/27/2014
good tasting absynthe
Good tasting absinthe and local ( I live in the bay area)
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Daniel W.  |   Whittier, CA  |   5/27/2014

This Absinthe is a great introduction for people new to the drink, though it does have its flaws. It uses cheaper star Anise which has gives it a stronger "black jellybean" flavor than it would have if regular Anise had been used. Also the use of so many different herbs in the second infusion really muddles the flavor with so many different very loud herbs in one drink.
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JOEL K.  |   Seattle, WA  |   2/28/2014
Love at first sip
I am not a 'veteran' absinthe drinker; but this stuff is up there with the best French ones I have tried and loved. Yes, its anise based - that's a positive in my book - if you aren't into that go for that other type. Less sweet and more complex than pastis, this would be my go-to anise beverage except for the fairly high price. I typically alternate between this and Pacifique, another good west coast USA anise absinthe which is often about 30% cheaper, at least locally. I will probably try the some of the even more expensive European ones at Bevmo at some point - but more for variety than any real expectation that I will prefer them. (But I also am some fearful of the high amounts of artificial coloring in some of them.)
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