The Jade 1901 is a tribute to pre-ban absinthes, which reached their pinnacle at the turn of the 20th Century. Using scientific methods to glean the contents of original preserved examples and traditional equipment and processes, this absinthe is a tribute indeed.
Jade 1901 was tasted at Meeting No. 38 on July 29, 2015. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.44. Jade 1901 ranks 7th overall in Other. Costing $110, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Elliott • 7/29/2015 • 4.0
Bright citrus meringue and rose petal nose, but deep dark herbal and syrupy sweet taste. Great funk - bring it.
Todd W. • 7/29/2015 • 4.0
Creamy anise. Good balance for absinthe.
Brad • 7/29/2015 • 3.5
An almost flammable smell but a smoother - though tang-ier taste. Burns on the tongue and lips for awhile. With a pour of water it's a bit nutty and after two milk with an anise after taste.
Todd H. • 7/29/2015 • 3.5
Black licorice and pepper. A little spice, and some arugula.
Justin • 7/29/2015 • 3.5
A nutty aroma. A bitterness that's like chewing on a dandelion.
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