Anisette Aroma

Country of Origin


Key Information

A Polish Absinthe distilled to an ancient recipe originally from Switzerland.

Apsinthion is still made by hand using traditional methods from the 18th century, all bottles are carefully filled by hand and only the finest selections of Artemisia Absinthium (Wormwood), coriander and a peppermint herb distillate are used. The anisette aroma contains the ethereal oil 'Anethol'.

Apsinthion has been rewarded with several international prizes, the latest being from the respected International Wine and Spirit Competition, achieving both Gold and Best in Class for 2005.

Inspirational, aspirational, accessible - Apsinthion have blended hundreds of years of history and tradition with the finest ingredients to create a delicious award winning absinthe!

4 Comments found

Alan Lloyd 2007-01-11 22:56:35

My daughter bought me a bottle for Christmas and I can only endorse Jo Oakes's review. Alan Lloyd

Jo Oakes 2007-01-09 18:24:02

This absinthe is my personal favourite. It is rather sweet and tastes the same as blackjacks instead of like them but bitter, like most other absinthes. The bottle is beautiful so worth keeping when your finished. I like it so much I won't finish a bottle before having a new one ready. It louches beautifully to a mint green, it's smooth and it's sweetness means you don't HAVE to add sugar but it tastes delicious when you do. This absinthe doesn't burn your mouth or throat when you drink it straight either. After one glass you start to feel the Fairy Effect, and after three you are well away with the fairies. Here's to Apsinthion.

Andrew Bissette 2006-10-28 18:03:14

Blows the back of your head off but makes for a fantastic evening, and the bottle smells wonderful days later =P

chris 2006-09-22 16:35:16

Oh my god dont drink too much!!!!!