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Duplais Blanche Absinthe (500ml)
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- ABV 72%
- Closure: Cork
The founder of the Matter-Luginbühl distillery, Ernst Luginbühl-Bögli originally raised cows in Kallnach, a small German-speaking Swiss town, located between Neuchatel and Bern. Because of his location, he had many commercial contacts in the Val-de-Travers, only 50 kilometers away. This region was not only known for watches and absinthe, but famous for cattle. The Luginbühl-Bögli family story says that at the end of the 1920's, when searching for ideas for products, Ernst traded a prime Simmental cow for an old local absinthe recipe. It was said to have turned up recently in a search of old business papers (in the midst of the recent Swiss absinthe legalization publicity).
Today, the distillery distills local farmer's excess fruits into low-yield eau-de-vies, complete with custom bottling and personal labels. They are now also responsible for distilling the limited run Brut d'alambic Absinthe Blanche still-proof series and International Wine and Spirit Competition gold medal winner Absinthe Duplais, the new Absinthe Brevans, and the just relased Mansinthe, created for the rocker-absintheur, Marilyn Manson.
This is a beautifully balanced blanche absinthe. Based on the 19th century recipes of P. Duplais, it is distilled using a base of grape wine alcohol presenting a fruity undertone. It is fresh and crisp with a milky white louche releasing a herbal bouquet of wormwood, fennel, anise and mint. 72% alc./vol. - notes sourced from www.absintheonline.com
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