Absinthe in Cocktails & the Kitchen

Discover amazing recipes with absinthe – whether it’s a dash of the green fairy in a cocktail, or whether you use it to bake a delicious absinthe chocolate cake.

Perfect Summer Long Drinks with Pastis and Absinthe

Sitting under a palm tree shaded from the Mediterranean sun, enjoying a peaceful moment, glass of pastis in hand. Sitting by the side of a pool with a mojito. Paradise.

Ok, we may not be able to transport you to the south of France, but wherever you are in the world, we can send you the finest refreshing summer drinks France has to offer. There is nothing better than that on a warm summer day.

We’ve put together a selection of delicious and easy-to-prepare cocktail recipes for you. They can be prepared with the absinthe and syrups made by Combier, a distiller and syrup maker with over a century of experience.

 

Our selection of long drinks and summer cocktails for 2016

Surprise your friend with a refreshing long drink or cocktail! There are some classic cocktails, as well as some rather new creations in our selection.

Artemisia

Artemisia Cocktail
Realized by Lou Serafini (Hotel 5* Le Burgundy, Paris)

 

Add all ingredients (except for the tonic water) to a cocktail shaker. Shake briefly and let it rest for 1 minute. Add ice cubes and shake again. Strain into a cocktail glass and fill up with tonic water. Garnish with some dill.

 

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Cocktail Ideas For Valentine’s Day

Are you planning a romantic evening with your partner, in order to celebrate this year’s Valentine’s Day? Should you have your flower bouquet and the dinner plan already sorted out, then it’s time to start thinking about the drinks you’re going to serve at this special evening.

We collected some cocktail recipes and altered already existing ones, so they match the spirit of Valentine’s Day! (more…)

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Mulled Wine and Absinthe

As you may have already noticed the cold season has slowly began to arrive. There is nothing more beautiful than the anticipation of the Christmas season, the Christmas markets and of course, mulled wine. You can enjoy a stroll around the various stalls and enjoy handmade decorations and taste cookies, baked apples, roasted almonds and gingerbread etc. Usually, at the end of this tour, you can warm yourself up with a mull wine. Here we would like to present a mulled wine recipe that makes use of absinthe, which you can use as a new winter-warmer.

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