Absinthe

Gin is the leading growth category in beverage alcohol, worldwide. Using a broad palette of botanicals and styles, craft distillers are creating unique expressions of gins, absinthes, and amari that stand out on the shelf without needing to spend years in a barrel. Our hands-on, three-day advanced workshop will focus on the art of botanical
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🌾 Bienvenue dans la salle des alambics ! On vous invite à découvrir les dessous de la fabrication artisanale de l’absinthe : distillation, plantes utilisées, coloration de l’absinthe, etc. ⌚ On vous explique tout en 3 minutes 30. ❓ D’autres questions ? Posez-les nous en commentaires, on vous dévoilera (peut-être) d’autres secrets de fabrication…
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Absinthe, the Green Fairy of Booze, has suffered some bad PR over the years, but it’s back and it has a lot to offer. Does it really make you hallucinate? How does it taste? Is it still illegal? Tune in to learn about the history of Absinthe! Special thanks and credit to LE MUSÉE VIRTUEL
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We drink Pernod, Absinthe Superieure. “In 1805, Henri-Louis Pernod founded Pernod Fils, France’s first absinthe distillery. After 200 years, Pernod continues to distill absinthe the traditional way, remaining faithful to its 19th century roots. The absinthe plants are still harvested locally in Pontarlier, and then distilled in wine alcohol in the village of Thuir. And
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This video is sponsored by Privacy.com. Protect your financial identity online using virtual cards. Go to http://www.privacy.com/rogue to get $5 off your first purchase! 🡇 ————— extra material & accreditation ————— 🡇 Ah yes, we just recently imported a finely-aged cask of Monsieur Pepper. Waco’s finest. Distilled into its purest form: pepper water. This is
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Only a few examples in this burgeoning category but we sat down and taste a few examples. Featuring Okanagan Spirits Taboo, Arbutus Distillery Baba Yaga, Tofino Distillery Psychedelic Jellyfish and Pemberton Distilling Absinthe. Join us every Wednesday and Thursday as we taste through some of BC’s burgeoning craft spirits, from the weird and wonderful to
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Lorsque l’on est agriculteur au-dessus de Pontarlier vers 1100m d’altitude en général on ne se lance dans le maraîchage, et pourtant François Aymonier ne souhaitait pas reprendre l’élevage laitier de son père. Il a trouvé un compromis en cultivant, en plus des fruits et légumes, des plantes aromatiques et en se lançant dans la fabrication
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Yves Kübler is the reason Absinthe is legalized What an honour and experience it was to sit down and talk to Yves Kübler. The legalization of absinthe in Switzerland and the United States is largely due to Yves Kübler’s lobbying efforts. The United States Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) approved the formula
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Extrait d’un entretien intitulé “Fruits et distillation : le choix des justes intrants pour une bonne « quinte-essence » ” pour accéder à l’intégralité de l’échange: https://www.baglis.tv/corps/sante/3392-fruits-distillation-intrants-quinte-essence.html Le site de Matthieu Frécon : http://www.devenir-distillateur.com
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In this video I share my visit to St George Spirits Distillery in Alameda California and review the St George Spirits Single Malt Whiskey. The Whisky Dictionary’s Review of Blackened: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fPwo4cftHY&t=8s Trenny and C’s Interview with Dr. Don Livermore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D27be4xGOqY&t=565s SUPPORT Erik Wait’s Wine & Whisky Studies: https://www.patreon.com/erikwait Erik Wait Wine & Whisky Studies Facebook:
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