Located in the heart of Provence, there is the Liquoristerie de Provence. Here they specialize in producing classic Provençal aperitifs and liqueurs from old production methods. Each plant is dried and then macerated in high-grade alcohol. Thereafter, the pressure follows . Only this method helps to bring out the character of the individual ‘ botanicals ‘ of Liquoristerie de Provence. As with a good gin , it is important to use many different botanicals . Then the following blending, filtration and fining . Then it says in Liquoristerie de Provence first wait to allow the full flavor to develop . The Liquoristerie de Provence under the leadership of Pascal Rolland are the ” Absinthe savior ” of the new millennium .
Versinthe La Blanche will seduce you with its aromatic complexity and light bitterness. An ideal introduction to absinthe. Versinthe La Blanche is made from 18 plants and contains Grande Wormwood, star anise, fennel, genepi, tarragon, dill, basil, rosemary, peppermint and verbena. The bouquet is marked by the anise with a touch of wormwood. The palate shows it is mellow and well-balanced. Suggests notes of star anise and fennel, on mint plants perfumes. The finish is light and bitter.