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-- By Paul in Cambridge, UK on Tue, 21 Aug 2007 at 14:38.
I have been an avid Absinthe drinker for many years now and have to say living in the UK its quite easy to get hold of. There are now sites out there that actually sell most brands so you can work your way through their lists. I am not sure where they ship to (Seems like most places) but www.eabsinthe.com is a good site for variety. You can even vote on what is and is not a good absinthe. For me the Clandestine Charlotte or Lafee Parisian are top of my list. Let me know what other people have tried and rate.
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