- n. Plural form of absinthe.
“In addition to 65 cocktail recipes making use of the myriad absinthes now available to us, A Taste For Absinthe also features a comprehensive buyer's guide for absinthe purchasing, insight from leading cocktail experts, and magnificent photographs from Liza Gershman.”
“Interestingly, both of these are considerably paler in color than typical French and Swiss absinthes but they do produce the well known "louche" or milky colored opalescence when water is added.”
“Now, it's true there is no real danger involved in imbibing any of the fine, modern absinthes now on the market, if done in moderation.”
“I have tasted many absinthes and some of the Spanish absinthes are my favorites.”
“The green absinthes come from a process wherein some of the herbs are then soaked in the distilled absinthe.”
“| Reply hmm, its not that hard to understand … its in thge czech republic. so the next question should be: what do they have in the czech republic, well castles, towers full of creepy babies and some of the best absinthes in the world. as you should know, enough absinthe will make you batshit-insane, thus declaring why they seemed to like those baby - …. .things zorniki”
“At the same time Breaux was making his chemical revelations, a new wave of absinthes was emerging out of Eastern Europe.”
“By recreating specific vintage absinthes to the letter, Breaux created a time machine for the taste buds.”
“Breaux was featured in countless magazine articles and TV shows, and his absinthes started making their way into the States -- no easy task considering the stuff was still illegal here.”
“Katie put it succinctly: “well, you know, I tend to feel better after a couple of cigarettes, ten rums and a few absinthes.””
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