The Mata Hari Absinthe is based off of an old Viennese family recipe dating back to 1881. Today it is produced at the Wiener Schnapps Museum (Old Vienna Brandy Museum) in Austria. Mata Hari is classified as a “bitter spirit” due to its extremely high thujone content (approx. 32mg/kg). Manufacturer’s data confirms that this is indeed one of the strongest legal absinthes on the market today. As one may assume, this is a very bitter drink. Mata Hari contains much wormwood oil and no anise, though many other herbs are distinguishable on the palette. Despite having no anise, this absinthe still produces a nice louche effect when water is added. This is a very atypical characteristic.
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