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10 years 2 months ago #569 by Veszdrin
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yeah that's the way i hear it is usually prepared. hmmm. well, i guess i'll have to try it like that. i really appreciate everyone's opinions and suggestions. thanks.:)

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10 years 2 months ago #572 by LadyInBlack
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Other way to prepare the absinthe is the Czech Method: Pour a shot of absinthe into a glass. Dip a teaspoon of sugar in the absinthe so that it absorbs it. Set the sugar cube on an absinthe spoon and place it on the glass. Set the sugar cube on fire and allow all the caramelized sugar to flow into the glass. Pour the water into the glass and stir.

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10 years 2 months ago #573 by Veszdrin
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that one sounds pretty good as well. i will have to try that method. thank you.

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10 years 2 months ago #584 by Atanasia_Luiza_Lupei
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well I usually will just drink it by itself, but I do like combining it with orange vodka or apple. Those are just complimentary flavors to it, atleast to my taste. And then the classic way, which LadyInBlack described is also nice, and it's cool to watch what the cold water does to the absinthe ^.^

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10 years 2 months ago #585 by LadyInBlack
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You`re welcome! Also you can try cocktails www.absintheonline.com/acatalog/Cocktails.html

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10 years 2 months ago #587 by CorpseQueen
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Atanasia_Luiza_Lupei wrote:

Well I have, and I love it. And it is still made with wormwood just so you know. But it tastes like black licorice; the herb in it, anise, gives it that taste...


I love licorice... haven't thought about trying it, as I don't really drink that much, but when I get a bit older (and start making some money) I'll remember it ;) Well, how coulnd't I, being a big fan of Alchemy and all... :blush:

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