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How can absinthe be colored into a different colour other than green?

Clear Absinthe Absinthe is made much in the same way that many gins are. You take neutral spirits, add botanicals (wormwood and anise), and re-distill. Anything that comes out of the still will be ...
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Which types of beer are commonly used for half-and-half beers?

At our local pub the Eclipse (Guinness & Blue Moon) is also referred to as a Dark Side of the Moon Black Raspberry - Guinness w/ Lindemans Raspberry Frambois Black Death - Guinness w/ Black Widow ...
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How can absinthe be colored into a different colour other than green?

I am going to put my two bits into this question also. There are several existing colored absinthe on the market at the moment and a couple of ways to get various colored varieties. Artificial ...
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Campari or Aperol - the sweeter one?

Aperol is much sweeter, in my opinion. My wife thinks both are too bitter for her. YMMV
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How can absinthe be colored into a different colour other than green?

You CAN have a true absinthe that is well over 70 proof that has been properly steeped with herbs and then distilled. It is all about the distillation technique. If you use a double boil or oil bath ...
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Campari or Aperol - the sweeter one?

Campari or Aperol - the sweeter one? Aperol is clearly the sweeter of the two and maybe somewhat less bitter at the same time. Campari vs Aperol: what’s the difference? Campari and Aperol are Italian ...
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Which types of beer are commonly used for half-and-half beers?

I just asked for a half and half but this place didn't have Guiness so the bartender told me to try it with Murphy's and Harp instead. Total fail. The densities were too similar and one mixed into the ...
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How can absinthe be colored into a different colour other than green?

I'll take a stab at this... Absinthe is an unregulated name unlike something like Champagne which is highly regulated name/place. With Champagne you can only use Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and ...
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"Green Schlitz" myth: Was the beer green, or the flakes?

"Green" refers to the flavor of the beer. Under-matured beer can have a green apple aroma called Acetaldehyde. IT is reduced by yeast in the maturation phase.
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Which types of beer are commonly used for half-and-half beers?

Guinness and Harp - a Half & Half Guinness and Ale - Bass, Smithwick's, or John Courage is a Black and Tan. The thought of attempting to properly pour either using lite beer is deplorable!
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