" Staroplzenecky " means in english " Oldpilsner ". It comes from the same town as the famous Pilsner beer. The thujone content of this fine absinthe is appr. 10 mg/Kg due to the producer. It has a peculiar bitter, strong taste, as it is produced due to an old French recipe. Its anise content is very low. Most of the production steps in this venerable distillery are performed in real handwork by good Czech tradition. The attractive bottle is supplied with a wooden cork (with plastic transport protection) .
Thujone content due to the manufacturer appr. 10 mg/kg
Ingredients: little anise, fennel and wormwood
Recently, the Staroplzenecky Absinthe is no longer produced with 70 % vol. alc., but with 64 % vol. alc.
Furthermore, Absinthe Staroplzenecky is now produced due to a new recipe from French wormwood during the production process.
Available here in the bigger 0,5l bottle.