Ingredients for the Broad Stripes and Bright Star Cocktail
- 1/4 ounce Lucid Absinthe
- 1 ounce blueberry vodka
- 1/4 ounce simple syrup
- Splash of lemon juice
- Drizzle of raspberry liqueur
- Ginger beer
- Fresh blueberries
Muddle the fresh blueberries and add syrup, absinthe, lemon juice and vodka inside a cocktail shaker. Add a bit of ice and shake well, then strain into a Highball glass. Drizzle in the raspberry liqueur and top with ginger beer. Garnish with a few remaining blueberries and a sugar cube.
Ingredients for the Brazilian Sangria
- Fresh seasonal fruit (suggestions: strawberry, lime, orange, kiwi and passion fruit)
- 1/2 ounce Lucid Absinthe
- 1 1/4 ounces cachaca
- 1/2 ounce Spanish brandy
- 1/2 ounce orange liqueur
- 1 ounce red wine
Add fruit and Lucid Absinthe to a cocktail shaker and muddle. Add brandy, orange liqueur and cachaca as well and muddle some more. Shake briefly and strain into a wine glass. Top it up with red wine and stir.
Ingredients for the Absinthe Minded Cocktail
3cl Absinthe La Valdetra Verte
2cl peach liqueur
3cl sparkling wine
2cl orange juice
3 bar spoons of raspberry purée
Mix all the ingredients, apart from the sparkling wine, together in a cocktail shaker. Then, pour the drink into your cocktail glass and top it up with the sparkling wine.
This refreshing absinthe cocktail recipe was developed by Lou Serafini (Hotel 5* Le Burgundy, Paris).
Ingredients for the Artemisia Absinthe Cocktail
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.
This mystic love cocktail doesn’t use much on top of absinthe, because the rest of the ingredients are added per drop or teaspoon. If you prepare this cocktail in front of your partner, it’ll look like you are brewing some kind of love potion from the 19th century.
Ingredients for the Absinthe Mystic Love Cocktail
Put everything in a cocktail shaker and shake firmly. Strain into a chilled glass.
Absinthe La Valdetra Verte is something fairly rare: There aren’t many green absinthes distilled in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valdetra Verte is not just a clever word play (..it’s distilled in the Val-de-Travers…), it’s a premium absinthe distilled by one of the very few female absinthe distillers worldwide, Gaudentia Persoz. Her green absinthe is renowned for it’s lovely fennel profile and a nice, natural sweetness. Let’s find out more!
Absinthe La Blanche is, as the name suggests, a clear absinthe! Unlike most clear absinthes, called “La Bleues” that are made in Switzerland, this one is distilled in France, and French white absinthes offer very different aroma profiles than Swiss Bleues, which is a nice change once in a while. Let’s see what Stefanie thinks of this absinthe!