Toque Absinthe

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Anonymous
Toque Absinthe 25g

Now this is wonderful, I get a mix of licorice or anise and toast. it's great. fine grind, dry, will hit the throat if not careful, but still a nice snuff.

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AciddTripp
Toque Absinthe 10g

My favorite of the Toque snuffs I've tried. I do love to drink absinthe though, so I may be biased. It has a strong anise scent which lingers a while, but it is very pleasant and not at all overpowering. This is a snuff that I could use all day long and I always keep a tap box full of it. Highly recommended!

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Anonymous
Toque Absinthe 25g

I am an absinthe drinker, so take that for two points: first, if this were a hack job, I would likely be harsh on it; and, second, if it WERE authentically-flavored and you hate absinthe, you'd want to avoid it.

And the answer to both is: it is very, very convincing.

Pale brown and on the fine side, it has the aroma of a louched green absinthe without sugar. Anise (not licorice, per se) aromas are prominent with notes of grains of paradise, cardamom, angelica, toasted almond, and a hint of dutch-process cocoa. Another reviewer said he detected a toasted tobacco base and I can see that; whether or not it's true -- and I don't know -- I can pick out some of the notes one would expect from that.

It is not sweet -- it's absinthe without sugar, or, if you will, flavors similar to Pernod. Warming, dry, and comfortably complex, this could theoretically be an all-day snuff, although I like to reserve it for after a meal. Highly recommended. Check this one out.

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Anonymous
Toque Absinthe 10g

I am an absinthe drinker, so take that for two points: first, if this were a hack job, I would likely be harsh on it; and, second, if it WERE authentically-flavored and you hate absinthe, you'd want to avoid it.

And the answer to both is: it is very, very convincing.

Pale brown and on the fine side, it has the aroma of a louched green absinthe without sugar. Anise (not licorice, per se) aromas are prominent with notes of grains of paradise, cardamom, angelica, toasted almond, and a hint of dutch-process cocoa. Another reviewer said he detected a toasted tobacco base and I can see that; whether or not it's true -- and I don't know -- I can pick out some of the notes one would expect from that.

It is not sweet -- it's absinthe without sugar, or, if you will, flavors similar to Pernod. Warming, dry, and comfortably complex, this could theoretically be an all-day snuff, although I like to reserve it for after a meal. Highly recommended. Check this one out.

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Anonymous
Toque Absinthe 10g

Had to leave this one open for an hour. It shipped with a strong ammonia smell - This is a good thing! It indicates freshness. However, I still had to let it air out a bit to weaken that odor.

I wouldn't say it smells like absinthe. I'm not sure what it smells like, actually! It's definitely a nice bite, and like most Toque, a bit on the dry side - But also incredibly relaxing.

Toque definitely seems to have the best flavors/accuracy of flavors, so nothing new there. Easy to recommend!