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Marie Brizard Anisette Liqueur

750 ml.

OT90WE96+

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Product Details

Brand:
Marie Brizard
Size:
750 ml.
Vintage:
NV
Item #:
21022
Case:
12 bottles
UPC:
085701000023
Status:
New

Marie Brizard Anisette Liqueur  NV / 750 ml.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

96
96–100 pts.: November 1, 2002

Clear as rainwater. Initial sniffings reveal a heightened licorice fragrance that’s more herbal than sweet or candied; time in the glass allows the earthy scent of anise to permeate. Palate entry is intensely herbal and only moderately sweet; at midpalate, the flavor presence is defined, poised, mildly herbal and succulently sweet while the texture is medium-bodied and neither cloying nor syrupy. Aftertaste is long, gentle, softly sweet and licorice-like. The anisette gold standard.

90
90 pts. : ,

Clear. Rather unusual aromas of herbs and anise. Thick, very sweet and syrupy with an herbal, oily quality, as well as anise flavors that linger through the finish.

: October, 2000

Pronounced licorice aromas, with a note of black peppercorn. Rich and creamy, with sweet, pure anise flavors throughout; nice, palate-cleansing finish.

: September 1, 2002

Clear as rain water; the initial two sniffings after the pour reveal a heightened licorice fragrance that’s more herbal than sweet or candied — further time in the glass allows the earthy scent of anise to rise to the top of the aromatic chain — the textbook anisette bouquet; the palate entry is intensely herbal and only moderately sweet — it’s at the midpalate that the flavor takes off and defines what anisette should taste like — the flavor presence is defined, poised, mildly herbal, and succulently sweet at the midpalate — the texture is medium-bodied and not in the least cloying or syrupy; the aftertaste is long, gentle, softly sweet, and licorice-like; from now on, this is my anisette/anise gold standard; an authentically great liqueur that defines its subcategory.