Prestige Absinthe Pro TF Essence- Orange

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Absinthe Orange is a classic Absinthe where orange flavor and orange oil are added to add fruitiness to the herbs. The color is "orange", and the Absinthe louches very easily because there is orange oil in addition to the oils from wormwood, aniseed, fennel and star aniseed.

Our Absinthe Pro TF series, when combined with our Wormwood Schnapps / Besk essence, is the pinnacle of Absinthe making. Over 20 different herbs are used to produce the Absinthe Pro TF essence, resulting in a liquor that will rival the traditional Absinthe of long ago. Instructions: Dissolve 75g of sugar in 2 cups of alcohol (70% abv preferred). Add both essences, and fill to a total 750ml with alcohol.

20ml Bottle

Instructions: Pour the contents of this bottle and 75g granulated sugar into a 750ml (US 25 fl. oz.) bottle. Fill 3/4 full with 140 proof vodka and shake until the sugar has dissolved. Top up the bottle and shake until the contents have fully blended. Note: It is easiest to dissolve the sugar in your alcohol by placing both in a blender on high for 2-3 minutes.

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  • 5
    Favorite of many friends. At 90 proof really good.

    Posted by Wayne J Wolfe on Aug 11th 2020

    Nothing else to say.

  • 4

    Posted by Melody on May 22nd 2010

    I enjoyed this essences more than the green. citrus notes carry through very well.

  • 5

    Posted by Valde Spurcus Bestia on Mar 30th 2010

    I love the Absinthe 55 Pro but the orange bumps it to a close second. The orange is slightly less intense in the traditional absinthe flavour but wonderfully balanced by the orange oil flavours. It has a lovely satisfying aniseed final note. Please! Try with out the sugar first Ц it is brilliant!!

  • 4
    no sugar? can it be so?

    Posted by Andrew on Apr 11th 2009

    This "Orange" version of absinthe is a welcome addition to the world of absinthe essences. The mix does not call for sugar, odd to be sure, however the result is much more citrus than herbal with definate absinthe flavors melting around in a glass. Either mix with water and a sugar cube, or shake over ice this one is sure to be an entery into the wide spectrum of absinthe for the adventurer .