Combier - Blanchette

Since 1900
Combier - Blanchette

Country of Origin


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  • Added SugarNo
  • Louche (clouds with water)Yes
  • Natural ColouringYes
  • Production MethodSwiss Method (Macerated Whole He

Blanchette, the original absinthe produced by Distillerie Combier (Saumur, France) circa 1900.

Blanchette is a Swiss-style, clear absinthe that yields a distinct aroma and flavour of anise and grande wormwood, with a background of alpine herbs.

This fine absinthe was developed for Combier by T. A. Breaux and is now being made by the distillery on their own, using antique copper absinthe stills.


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