Tasting note by Billy A
On the nose it is quite spirity, with noticeable bitter wood, lots of leafy greenness, fennel tops, sweet pastry and maybe a hint of apple. To taste it starts with a big hit of aniseed followed up by a punch of bitter green and woody wormwood. Once that fades mint and aniseed balls linger with a bit of a spicy tingle on the tongue.
Tasting note by Class MagazineAppearance
: Clear, pale yellowy-green. Milky yellow-green louche with water. Aroma
: Anise, angelica and wormwood with background herbal supporting aromas. Faint whiffs of minty violet blossom. Pine forest aromas emerge with water. Taste
: (reduced 4-1 with water) Clean, aggressive aniseed intensity with woody herbal notes and pine-ey eucalyptus resinous greenness. Aftertaste
: Lingering bitter wormwood with tongue numbing absinthe. Water to beyond 5-1 to reduce the tongue numbing leaves plain bland. diffordsguide rating