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Red-dy for another American absinthe?
Posted by Jonathan
on 03/11/10

Corsair Red label
Welcome to a new American absinthe from Corsair Artisans, with the very noticeable difference - a red absinthe! It gets its color from the infusion of Red hibiscus. The distillery, located in Bowling Green Kentucky, also brew up gin, vodka, a spiced rum and the provocatively labeled Pumpkin Spice Moonshine. They describe their Red Absinthe thusly:

We’ve started with traditional 1800’s recipes and herbs to give our absinthe superieure the clean notes of a classic blanche. Then we tweak with the unusual, including citrus, tarragon (Dragon Wormwood, a relative of the Grand Wormwood we use), and red Hibiscus for floral tones and color.

Wonder how we can get a bottle?

Wormwood Society Corsair Red Topic

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