Absinthe Mansinthe Preparation
When I grow old, I need a drink
Marilyn Manson is multi-talented, not just as a musician has achieved a high profile, but also by art lovers will appreciate it. His pictures became international exhibited and are characterized by a recognizable, unique style created by the curator of the Kunsthalle Wien , Gerald Matt, was compared to Egon Schiele.
Marilyn Manson: "I have a photo of William Burroughs in the hallway hanging that looks something like this. As I was looking at it one day I thought to myself: if I did everything he has always done look like this when i'm old, i'd be happy. When I got the picture painting, I drank absinthe - which I often do and discovered what kind of absinthe beautiful color absinthe leaves on the canvas when i use the brush into the wrong glass, namely my drink.
San Francisco World Spirits Awards
The San Francisco World Spirits Awards is America's premier spirits competition.
When Absinthe Mansinthe was exported to the USA in 2008, the Jury of this competition the gold medal for Absinthe Mansinthe and confirm what we had in mind from the start: a first class Absinthe!
International Wine and Spirits Competition
The IWSC is the largest and oldest spirits competition in the world. Here spirits are made by renowned experts according to specified standards Criteria judged and evaluated. A medal in this competition is an accolade and proof of extraordinary quality. absinthe Mansinthe was awarded the bronze medal in 2008.
In the first conversation with interested parties, one often hears that absinthe tastes like liquorice. But there is a fundamental misunderstanding here. Anise, especially green anise, has absolutely nothing to do with liquorice. Neither from the plant nor from the aroma. Green anise is most closely comparable to star anise, which is known from pastis, but green anise is not nearly as dominant and leaves much more room for other aromas in absinthe. The pleasantly fresh note comes from him. The essential oils of these seeds ensure that the absinthe turns milky white when water is added.
Everyone knows the beneficial effects of fennel tea from their childhood. Like anise, fennel also contains the essential oil, anethole, which makes absinthe milky white when water is added. Compared to green aniseed, the aroma is a bit broader and gives the absinthe a solid foundation.