Absent R. Jelinek, Absinthe, 50 ml
Reviews of purchase R. Jelinek, Absinthe, 50 ml
Absinthe mint-green color.
Absinthe demonstrates bitter, spicy, heady taste with notes of wormwood, anise, fennel and herbs, gradually turning into a long aftertaste.
At absinthe spicy aroma, which felt notes of fennel, anise, cloves and wormwood.
There are several ways of absinthe drinking. Typically, the beverage drink diluted with the addition of sugars (using special spoon) and 5 parts water to 1 part absinthe water is sometimes used instead of 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.
Absinthe - the legendary bitter herbal drink with a strength of 70 °, which is used in the production of wormwood, anise essential oil, coriander and fennel. Due to the unregulated content substance thujone absinthe in 1915 as a symbol of alcoholism, it was banned for sale.
Especially popular absinthe used in the 19th century in France, among the artistic bohemia, including Manet, Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin and writer Arthur Rimbaud, create a separate direction in art, known as Impressionism. This drink is both mysterious and somewhat dangerous, so - attractive. Covered with various superstitions, it beckons those who condemn him for his "diabolical power," and those who admires him for originality and identity.
Company Rudolf Jelinek (Rudolf Jelinek) - Joint Stock Company, more than a century engaged in the production of alcoholic beverages and distillates. The company was established in 1894 in Vizovice father Rudolf - Sigmund Jelinek, and the factory, there are about 400 years - first mention of it in the register Vizovice estate dated 1585, the year. Climate Wallachian region is ideal for growing fruit trees, especially plum. Traditionally, the locals were made of plum jam or dried fruit, and from the middle of the XVIII century began production of the famous plum brandy. With years of experience of manufacturers in the region, Jelinek began to produce quality drinks, which gradually became very popular in the Czech Republic, and since 1934, after receiving a kosher certification, the company began to export their kosher slivovitz worldwide. Before the Second World War under the name R. Jelinek exports increased many times due to the expansion of the supply line and not only slivovitz, and distillates, fruit brandies and other beverages. Today Rudolf Jelinek is the largest producer of fruit alcoholic beverages in Central Europe, 27% of the total production is exported to the United States, Austria, France, Belgium, Canada, Australia, and now - and in Russia.
Kosher products Jelinek, recognized as one of the most respected and prestigious in the world, in 1999, was awarded the highest OU certification. The flagship product is the R. Jelinek plum brandy, which is produced in several versions (white, golden jubilee, kosher, etc.), as well as branded high quality fruit brandy - grushovitsa, abrikosovitsa, vishnevitsa and yablokovitsa.