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15 most popular absinthes of 2015

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100 years after the Absinthe ban, 2015 was a good year for absinthe (the release of Swedish Vit and Grön Opal absinthes, Absinthe Apocalypse, Absinthe du Centenaire). Next year might be even better – who knows what the best absinthe of 2016 will be?

At the start of every new year, we like to draw up a list of our most popular absinthe brands. We know a lot of absinthe fans are curious to see the results.  So here we are: a list of the 15 Top Selling Absinthes of 2015.

Discover where your favourite absinthes come in the list!

Let the countdown begin! Let’s start with number 15.

 

15. Absinthe Butterfly

Absinthe_Butterfly

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Inspired by an American absinthe from the early 1900s, Butterfly Absinthe has a complex aroma with notes of citrus (lemon and mandarin), spices and mint.

Alongside this exotic profile, the scent of wormwood from the Val-de-Travers is powerful and unmistakeable.

Learn more about Absinthe Butterfly.

 

 

14. Absinthe Pernod – Recette Traditionnelle

Absinthe-Pernod-Recette-traditionelle

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Absinthe Pernod Recette Traditionnelle is distilled from a wine alcohol base, using the original Pernod Fils recipe from the 19th century.

Learn more about Absinthe Pernod.

 

 

 

13. Absinthe Authentique

Absinthe_Authentique

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Absinthe Authentique is an authentic spirit coming from the Emile Pernot distillery.

It is characterized by its strong notes of wormwood, as well as its aromas of plants and spices.

Learn more about Absinthe Authentique.

 

 

 

12. Absinthe Apocalypse

Absinthe Apocalypse

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Apocalypse is a high-quality absinthe with an outstanding design.

Naturally coloured and presented in a skull bottle, it is distinguished by subtle herbaceous notes.

Learn more about Absinthe Apocalypse.

 

 

 

11. Absinthe Francois Guy

Absinthe Francois Guy

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Absinthe Francois Guy is produced using old distillation methods.

More aniseed than average, this absinthe will enchant both novices and confirmed absinthe drinkers.

Learn more about Absinthe Francois Guy.

 

 

 

10. Absinthe La Maison Fontaine Blanche

Absinthe_La_Maison_Fontaine

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

La Maison Fontaine is an ultra premium hand crafted absinthe, made with 15 natural herbs from the beautiful Jura mountains in Pontarlier.

It is characterized by its flavours of grand wormwood, green anise and fennel – the “holy trinity” of any real absinthe.

It was awarded the Gold Medal at the Absinthiades 2012.

Learn more about Absinthe La Maison Fontaine Blanche.

 

9. Absinthe Jade VS 1898

Absinthe Jade VS 1898

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Jade VS 1898 is a replica of the historical CF. Berger absinthe. Wonderfully balanced, it has lovely and complex aromas of anise and spices.

Absinthe for connoisseurs!

Learn more about Absinthe Jade VS 1898.

 

 

 

8. Absinthe St. Antoine

St. Antoine

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

St. Antoine absinthe is based on a French recipe. It is naturally coloured with plants, mainly petite wormwood, hyssop and Melissa.

Definitely one of the best Czech absinthes!

Learn more about Absinthe St. Antoine.

 

 

 

7. Absinthe Jade 1901

Absinthe Jade 1901

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Jade 1901 is a replica of the historical absinthe Pernod Fils.

It is distinguished by its creamy taste and its flavours of green anise, hyssop and floral wormwood.

For connoisseurs!

Learn more about Absinthe Jade 1901.

 

 

6. Absinthe Blanche Neige

Absinthe Blanche Neige

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Blanche Neige is distilled by talented Gaudentia Persoz and was awarded the Gold Medal at the Absinthiades 2014.

This Swiss La Bleue is made with a precious and priceless ingredient, aromatic Génépi from the Alps.

Learn more about Absinthe Blanche Neige.

 

 

 

5. Absinthe La Clandestine

Absinthe_La_Clandestine

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Absinthe La Clandestine is one of the best La Bleue absinthes and has won several gold medals worldwide.

Distilled according to a recipe from 1935, this high-quality spirit has a complex aromatic palate and subtle bitterness.

Learn more about La Clandestine.

 

 

 

4. Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard

Absinthe Jade Esprit Edouard

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Jade Esprit Edouard is a faithful replica of the famous absinthe Edouard Pernod 72 from the Belle Epoque.

The wormwood, anise and fennel mix perfectly with the other herbs, including peppery coriander.

Learn more about Jade Esprit Edouard.

 

 

 

3. Absinthe Jade Terminus Oxygenee

Absinthe Jade Terminus Oxygenee

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Absinthe Jade Terminus is an homage to Cusenier Oxygenée, one of the best absinthes of the Belle Epoque.

It is distilled by Ted Breaux according to traditional French techniques, and aged using an innovative technique: hot oxygenation, used by no other distillery in the last hundred years.

Learn more about Jade Terminus Oxygenee.

 

 

2. Absinthe Abisinthe Amer

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Abisinthe Amer 72 is powerful and full of aniseed flavours. 

Learn more about Absinthe Abisinthe Amer.

 

 

 

 

1. Absinthe Roquette

Absinthe Roquette 1797

 

What makes this absinthe so interesting?

Roquette 1797 is made according to a hand-written manuscript from 1797.

The name Roquette refers to the horse ridden by the legendary father of absinthe, Doctor Ordinaire.

Learn more about Absinthe Roquette.

 

 

 

You want to know the favourite absinthe of last year? Click here and discover the Top Selling Absinthe of 2014!



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