Absent "Maktub" Black, 700 ml
Absinthe soft dark color.
Absinthe has a non-intrusive, deceptive light and mild flavor with a subtle mint aftertaste.
Absinthe distinctive fresh and bright aroma with hints of fennel, hyssop, lemon balm and marjoram.
There are several ways to use absinthe. Typically, the drink is drunk with the addition of diluted sugars (using special spoon) and 5 parts water to 1 part absinthe sometimes used instead of water ice cubes. Absinthe is also often a part of a variety of cocktails, bringing their taste certain piquancy. Absinthe can also be enjoyed in its pure form, but in small doses.
The traditional understanding of beverage convinces us that absinthe should be green. However, absinthe is different. In particular, absinthe "Maktub" Black has a soft, almost black color. Thanks to the root extract of wormwood and anise reduced levels, it does not only change the color, but also add notes of licorice.
With regard to the consumption of absinthe, they are too few. Traditional is the following: absinthe is poured into a glass on the sides of which is a special spoon with a slotted it figured through holes. Spoon is placed on a piece of sugar, which is poured ice water until the proportions 5.3: 1. The addition of water helps to reveal the wealth of herbal notes of absinthe, in the manufacture of beverage suppressed anise.
Can result in another way. Chilled absinthe is poured into a glass (1/5 volume), it is dipped a piece of cane sugar, placed on a teaspoon, and ignited. Sugar begins to melt and flow into the glass, gently mix the resulting mixture with a spoon and add a glass of ice water.
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