Today, it has come to be accepted that Absinthe was never to blame for the evils the temperance movement associated it with and is once again legal in much of the world. A variety of producers have brought back Absinthe in what is becoming an incredibly fashionable drink.
The traditional serve is to very slowly pour ice water over a sugar cube resting on an Absinthe spoon into the Absinthe bringing out a natural opalescent haze known as a louche.
A Classic Absinthe Spoon design. Stainless steel....more
Following the ban of absinthe in france in 1912,...more
Cocktail Absinthe. Softer anise aroma and has a...more
Smooth round delicate anise flavours. A mild...more
The Original of the range. It is strong and...more
Hapsburg XC Cassis Absinthe is based on the distinctive...more
The Ultimate Absinthe available. Hapsburg XC (formerly...more
This classic Blanche (clear) absinthe, displays a...more
La Fée Bohemian is distilled south of Prague, in the...more
Based on a 19th Century recipe, La Fée Absinthe Parisienne...more
Pale bright in appearance and a forward intense...more
This extra supérieure Swiss absinthe is a clear 'La...more
Inspired by the original recipe, Pernod with...more