a green, aromatic liqueur that is 68 percent alcohol, is made with wormwood
and other herbs, and has a bitter, licorice flavor: now banned in most Western countries.
Absinthe originated in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland in the late 18th
century. It rose to great popularity as an alcoholic drink in late 19th- and early ...
Learn how to make absinthe cocktails, explore brands, and discover absinthe's
controversial history at Liquor.com.
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Molecular structure of thujone, a terpene found in wormwood and the liqueur absinthe
By the end of the 19th century, absinthe
was the spirit of choice, particularly in France, where the cocktail hour became known as as 'L'Heure Verte', or 'the green hour'.
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If you see one show in your entire life, make it Absinthe!” – Huffington Post
Absinthe has been hailed as “the most inventive and daring show to open on the
When absinthe -- also known as the Green Fairy -- was banned in France,
Switzerland, the United States and many other countries in the early 1900s, it had
Absinthe Original carries thujone absinthe, wormwood absinth plus many
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