Absent "Maktub" Red, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Maktub" Red, 0.7 L
Absinthe beautiful bright red color.
Absinthe has a mild, harmonious taste with dominant tones of pomegranate, sage, mint and spices.
The aroma of absinthe intertwined notes of lemon balm, fennel, hyssop, sage and marjoram.
Absinthe is recommended to drink in the pure form in small doses, adding sugar and water. Dilute with water absinthe should be in the ratio of 5: 1. Absinthe can also be used for preparation of various cocktails.
Absinthe "Maktub" is made according to the traditional recipe, invented by French doctor Pierre Ordinerom in 1792 in Switzerland. At that time he was known as a special herbal tincture, combining anise, wormwood, lemon balm, fennel, marjoram, hyssop and mint. At the end of XIX century, absinthe was very popular among the French bohemian. In Arabic, the word "Maktub" means "It is destined." "Maktub" - it is fate, because all that happened, is happening or will happen more than we already know. Garde and absinthe lovers XIX century ahead of their time, pushing new ideas and looking this way in the future.
Absinthe "Maktub" Red c pomegranate extract - a strong alcoholic drink with soft taste and rich aroma of fresh. Red absinthe "Maktub" like a breathtaking walk on stormy ocean waves, give a bright and new sensations gourmets.
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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