Absinthe Spoon Toulouse-Lautrec
The spoon itself is a strikingly original Art Nouveau design. Whatever the real origins were, we'll probably never know for certain.
A gentle dip directs the flow of water and sugar.
Did you know?
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a renowned absintheur, even inventing his own absinthe cocktail, absinthe with an added dose of cognac, called the Tremblement de Terre in French — the 'Earthquake'. Toulouse-Lautrec was very fond of absinthe, whether drunk with sugar or added to a cocktail. He drank small, but frequent amounts, and always carried a cane along with him, which held a flask and a small glass inside.