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Absinthe "Les Blanches"

Although they were never as widespread as the traditional "Vertes", white absinthes or "Blanches" were also popular during the Belle Epoque, where they were esteemed for their typically lighter and more refreshing qualities. Aficionados of clear absinthes believe the absence of an additional layer of flavours from a coloration step means the natural aromas of the wormwood shine through even more brightly - the reason perhaps than some experienced connoisseurs prefer an absinthe blanche as their everyday drink. Today they are particularly popular in Switzerland, and the best will more than hold their own with any Verte.

La Maison Fontaine

Absinthe La Maison Fontaine - 56%

La Maison Fontaine is an ultra premium clear absinthe, handcrafted for Metropolitan Spirits at the Emile Pernot distillery in Pontarlier. The recipe was formulated with t ...

Un Emile 68 Blanche

Absinthe Un Emile 68 Blanche - 68%

Refreshing and stimulating flavours from the oldest traditional absinthe from the Emile Pernot distillery. Un Emile 68 Blanche is the sister absinthe to the benchmark ...


Absinthe Blanchette - 60%

Blanchette is a replica of a clear absinthe originally made at the historic Combier Distillery in the Loire between 1899 and 1915. It beautifully combines the fruity f ...