Tasting note by Billy A
On the nose there was the expected citrus peel, leafy mint, and musky wood with an earthy bitterness. To taste there was pine, butter and spice, a building bitterness which cut off with bitter anis and a hint of soap. A nice balance of sweet and bitter, with an un-traditional (for Europe, at least) citrus edge.
Tasting note by Class MagazineAppearance
: Clear, pale algae green. Milky green louche with water. Aroma
: Herbal pine forest aromas sit over anise, angelica and wormwood in what is best summed up as being a verdant nose. Taste
: (reduced 4-1 with water) Pine forest and spruce needles lead a herbal anise palate with good wormwood character. Aftertaste
: Herbal barky anise finish. diffordsguide rating