Absinthe

Absinthe has long captivated the minds of drinkers, in part because of it’s rumored hallucinogenic properties and its green fairy accompaniment. Best absinthes are made exclusively with all-natural ingredients Artemisia absinthium (a plant better known as grand wormwood),a range of other herbs such as fennel, anise, melissa and hyssop, and have no artificial colourings added. Actual recipes have always varied by country and manufacturer.

Showing 1–16 of 18 results

  • Angélique Verte Suisse Absinthe

    Angélique Verte Suisse Absinthe is a classic style of Absinthe, designed for true connoisseurs, coming from the Val-de-Travers in Switerland, including twelve different plants, including angelica, or Angélique in French, and grand wormwood.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $79.00
    Buy Now!
  • Apocalypse Absinthe

    Apocalypse Absinthe is a genuine absinthe in a skulled shaped bottle. Yellow-gold color with green hues. Very pleasant louche to watch, turbulent, and 100% natural.L emon and anise come up front, leaving almost no room for the other herb. It’s all about freshness here, with the dominant citrusy notes, the well established and fruity green anise, and a final touch of (light) bitterness. In terms of aroma and taste, lemon, anise and peppermint are easily distinguishable and in perfect harmony. Another summer absinthe!

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $48.50
    Buy Now!
  • Enigma Verte Absinthe

    Enigma absinthes, Vertes de Fougerolles, are outstanding unfiltered premium absinthes made to original 19th century recipes from a combination of aromatic herbs and plants, without any added sugar, including grand and petite wormwood, green anise, fennel and hyssop. All Enigma absinthes are produced with a grape-based alcohol. During the Belle Epoque, after Pontarlier, Fougerolles had the highest number of producers of absinthe. Sometimes some of the casks used in Fougerolles were sent to Pontarlier to cover their needs.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $60.50
    Buy Now!
  • François Guy Absinthe

    François Guy Absinthe is produced from old methods of distillation guaranteeing the character of the traditional taste of absinthe. The Guy distillery in Pontarlier, France has been making absinthe since 1890. In addition to absinthe, the family-owned business also produces liqueurs, eaux-de-vie and aperitifs. François Guy has gained a very strong following.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $64.50
    Buy Now!
  • Grande Absente Absinthe

    Grande Absente Absinthe Originale is one of the oldest traditional Absinthe recipes from the South of France. Hand crafted in Provence like it was from 1860-1912, Grande Absente is made exclusively with the highest quality spirits and select botanicals from the region, including the legendary botanical Wormwood, also known as Artemisia Absinthium.

    $75.10
    Buy Now!
  • Grön Opal Absinthe

    Grön Opal absinthe is a barrel aged verte made on a tiny scale by the Svensk Absinth Distillery, a small distillery in Örebrom, Sweden. The Svensk Absinthe Distillery focuses on small batches made with high quality selected ingredients, roman wormwood (Artemisia pontica), melissa, hyssop and many other ingredients, carefully picked by hand. The grand-wormwood, one of absinthe’s most important ingredients, is not cultivated, but rather foraged from the wild by Michael and Tomas, the two distillers. It grows naturally on uncultivated arid ground, on rocky slopes, and at the edge of footpaths and fields and is only found in certain locations in Sweden. Its flowers are pale yellow, tubular, and clustered in spherical bent-down heads, which are in turn clustered in leafy and branched panicles.

    Free shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $61.00
    Buy Now!
  • Jade Esprit Edouard Absinthe

    The Jade absinthes are distilled in copper bain marie stills that were acquired directly from the Pernod Fils distillery. By 1805 Pernod had opened his own Maison Pernod-Fils distillery in Pontarlier, France. Pernod Absinthe’s popularity grew rapidly as a recreational drink in the bars and cafes frequented by writers, artists and the upper classes. The stills have a capacity of 1150 liters, were built entirely by hand around 1870 and feature full hydro-rectification. The Jade Esprit Edouard absinthe is a fabulously faithful reproduction of the famous Edouard Pernod 72° absinthe that was highly popular during the Belle Époque.
    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $81.00
    Buy Now!
  • Jade Nouvelle-Orléans Absinthe

    The absinthes recreated by Jade Liqueurs are made possible only because T. A. Breaux and his associates possess immaculately preserved bottles of the most famous original absinthes of the 19th century. Jade Liqueurs is established as a marque of uncompromised artisanship and the unmatched leader in authenticity and quality. Jade Nouvelle-Orléans Absinthe is a stunning style of absinthe and is well worth trying.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $68.00
    Buy Now!
  • Kubler Absinthe

    Kubler Absinthe is a distillate of Grande Absinthe (wormwood) grown in the Val-de-Travers only, a harvest of sumptuous herbs and purest alcohol. Kubler is the first distiller in the Val-de-Travers who can offer to you legally an authentic Absinthe from the region where Absinthe was invented end of the 18th century. 1 Liter

    $71.56
    Buy Now!
  • La Clandestine Absinthe

    La Clandestine Absinthe is a Swiss La Bleue, or clear, absinthe brand produced by Claude-Alain Bugnon, the first Swiss distiller to have obtained a production licence in 2005. Claude-Alain Bugnon started to make his “clandestine” absinthe at home, fighting for space in the laundry with his wife! Starting in 2000, he gained a reputation that started to spread beyond Switzerland. Using a recipe that dated back to 1935, he developed a new absinthe his “Clandestine La Bleue”.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $70.50
    Buy Now!
  • Libertine Absinthe

    Libertine Absinthe is a French absinthe produced at the Paul Devoille Distillery in Fougerolles, by the same old recipe since 1859. Accordingly, this recipe consists of green anise, star anise, fennel, coriander, melisse, sweet wood, hyssop, and natural wormwood.

    $66.66
    Buy Now!
  • Mansinthe Absinthe

    Mansinthe Absinthe is an unusual absinthe of compelling complexity. It is a vibrant natural green with light blue reflections in the glass, and the slow-forming louche is opaque and opalescent. Musky, earthy aromas of alpine herbs and flowers introduce a rounded, savory, buttery palate with a refreshing and lasting finish.

    $72.00
    Buy Now!
  • North Shore Distillery Sirene Absinthe Verte

    Like the sirens of Greek mythology, Sirène will tempt you. With a beautiful, nuanced aroma and flavor, Sirène embodies the rich tradition and history of absinthe.
    Absinthe has always been a favorite spirit at North Shore Distillery – first as a curiosity on their world travels, then as a fascination. They have tasted many variations and have been working on Their own recipes for years. Now that is possible to actually introduce one to the market, they are excited to share this incredible absinthe with you.

    $62.66
    Buy Now!
  • Pernod Absinthe

    While Pernod’s absinthe is not hallucinogenic, it’s not for the faint of heart: It’s 136-proof.
    The brand calls itself the “original absinthe,” since its founder Henri-Louis Pernod helped create the first commercial absinthe distillery in 1798. In late 2013, Pernod Absinthe returned to its original formula. The spirit is now made using the same ingredients as in the early 1800s.
    Absinthe was banned in the United States in 1912. Pernod reintroduced its spirit to America in 2007 after it became legal again. Pernod Absinthe was created in 1805, in France’s first absinthe distillery. After years of being banned, its recipe was re-launched in 2013 based on the original formula.

    $31.12
    Buy Now!
  • Pernod Aux Plantes Absinthe Superieure

    According to legend, we owe this elixir to “Docteur Ordinaire”, a French doctor in exile in Switzerland. In 1805, the Pernod Fils Company from Pontarlier in France began distilling the secret formula. Absinthe was the subject of much stormy, impassioned debate, and was banned in 1915 in France. Pernod “aux extraits de plantes d’absinthe” calls for a special ritual, requiring particular skills. The water and absinthe plants extract form a subtle mixture, becoming an opal color and revealing complex flavors.

    $68.48
    Buy Now!
  • Roquette Absinthe 1797

    Roquette 1797 Absinthe has been brought back to life from an unpublished, hand-written manuscript dating from the eighteenth century, when absinthe was more mysterious elixir than evening aperitif. The two century-old copper alembics used by Emile Pernot for their absinthe distillations were made by the famous firm of Egrot in the early 1900s. They were especially designed and built for absinthe distillation, and they are the only stills of their kind in operation anywhere in the world.

    Free international shipping over $250
    $10 discount, right now + A free bar jigger to get the perfect measure!

    $62.00
    Buy Now!
X