Jade 1901 is a tribute to what is the best known and most widely sampled pre-ban absinthe. Pernod Fils. Jade 1901 takes its name from the year in which the original Pernod Fils distillery in Pontarlier caught fire. This absinthe is nothing short of spectacular.Read More
As seen pictured next to the 10 and 15 years, The Black Prince is noticeably darker in color. The liquor is like amber, with highlights of gold. By visual alone, I could tell it was going to yield a more robust flavor profile compared to 10 and 15yr, partially attributed to the fact that it finishes it’s aging in former Armagnac brandy casks.Read More
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