Absinthe Un Emile Blanche
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The distillery "Les fils d'Emile Pernot" was Founded in 1890 by Emile Pernot in Pontarlier, the birthplace of absinthe. When, after 25 years of absinthe production, the "green fairy" was banned in 1915 became, one reorientated oneself and began to use anise, fir, gentian and to burn berry schnapps.
Thanks to changed laws, in 2001 absinthe 'Un Emile' to be developed. It roughly corresponds to what Gerard Pernot's great-grandfather did made at the turn of the century.
Un Emile 68 is bottled in a clear bottle, because In contrast to a Verte, a Blanche does not need any special light protection.
Nevertheless, we recommend storing in a dark environment.
The label was designed based on historical templates and shows the silhouette of wormwood leaves and the town gate of Pontarlier. in the Unlike most French varieties, it doesn't say Spiriteux aux extraits de plantes d'absinthe but absinthe destillée - a reference to the traditional production Distillation. The classic alcohol content of 68% also underlines the claim of this exceptional product.
Just the fact that this absinthe on the original stills from 1890 distinguishes it pleasantly of most products that have been thrown on the market for a while.
When you open the bottle, you're immediately flooded gentle anise aroma. Mind you from green anise and not from star anise. in the In the background you can perceive other dry, dry aromas.
Now pour about 2-4 cl into a suitable glass and diluted with ice cold water. You should make sure that the water flows into the glass in the thinnest possible jet. A very fine white haze occurs (that's why this process is also called troublée murky).
The taste is clear and pure with a strong, dry aniseed bouquet.
A pleasantly bitter one makes itself felt far behind Aftertaste noticeable but never overpowering or unpleasant.
All in all, this absinthe is a stimulating one refreshing aperitif that is cleanly balanced and goes easily with the best Swiss La Bleues from the Val de Travers.
Un Emile La Blanche has been going strong in recent years further developed and is fresh and herbal with a pronounced note of wormwood.
|Country of origin:||Frankreich|
|Food producer :||Distillerie les Fils d'Emile Pernot | 18 Au Frambourg | 25300 La Cluse-et-Mijoux|
|Net filling quantity:||700 ml|
|Type of product:||Spirituose|
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