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A gift set consisting of 3 whiskeys from the Koval distillery in Chicago: Millet...

With this gift set you can get to know 3 high quality American whiskeys from the Koval distillery in Chicago. You'll get one 200 ml bottle of each of the following whiskeys, packaged in a beautiful and practical gift box: Koval Millet Whiskey, Koval Bourbon ...

$83
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A non-alcoholic aniseed drink from the Janot distillery.

This natural, non-alcoholic anise is produced by the Janot distillery located in Aubagne, France. An aperitif for everyone wishing to enjoy the refreshing taste of a pastis, raki or ouzo, without the alcohol.Also suitable if you are looking for an alcoho ...

 $10.50/Liter  $10.50
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A white, alcohol-free anise beverage from the Janot distillery, France.

With Janot Blanc, enjoy the refreshing taste of a non-alcoholic anise. An aperitif for everyone wishing to enjoy the refreshing taste of a raki or ouzo, without the alcohol. Also suitable if you are looking for an alcohol-free white absinthe. Serve Janot Blanc< ...

 $10.50/Liter  $10.50
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A classic absinthe fountain with 4 high quality metal taps.

This elegant and classic absinthe fountain has 4 high quality brass taps. The fountain is the perfect choice to enjoy the traditional absinthe ritual together with your friends. Like all of our glass fountains, the classic fountain is made in Europe.

$106.50
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A high quality replacement metal tap for your glass fountain.

Replace the plastic taps of your glass fountain with this metal tap. The tap is entirely made of metal and can be easily screwed onto your glass fountain. This high quality tap can be used for the following fountains:

$16.50
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Royal Green Fairy – an elegant glass fountain with 4 metal taps.

With four metal absinthe fountain taps and the bluish-green stem, the absinthe fountain Royal Green Fairy is a true eye catcher in your collection of absinthe accessories. On top of the lid sits a little blue-green fairy. This fountain is the perfect a ...

$129
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A stylish glass fountain with 2 high quality brass taps.

The absinthe fountain Green Fairy comes with 2 particularly high quality metal taps. The fountain has a blue stem and a little blue-green fairy that sits on top of the lid. The fountain is the perfect choice if you want to enjoy the traditional absint ...

$89
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Absinthe La Valote Martin is an excellent Swiss absinthe with an intense wormwoo...

Philippe Martin took over the Valote Martin distillery from his father in 2014. Since then, he continues the family tradition by distilling absinthe in the clandestine style. For the production of Absinthe Martin, he used a larger amount of grand wormwood ...

 $201.50/Liter  $20
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Belle Epoque – a Swiss absinthe with a lot of character.

The absinthe Belle Epoque is slightly more bitter than the other clear absinthes from Philippe Martin. The label depicts a poster made at the time of the absinthe ban in Switzerland. A law enforcer stands on top of the dead green fairy. In the background ...

 $201.50/Liter  $20
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The book contains 10 short stories, thrillers relating to and honoring the green...

10 authors have contributed 10 short stories to the book The kiss of the green fairy (in german: Der Kuss der Grünen Fee). In some of the stories, absinthe plays a major role, whereas in others it is only mentioned in passing. Among the authors ...

$23.50
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An excellent Swiss absinthe with an intense aroma of wormwood.

Philippe Martin, the distiller at La Valote Martin, used a large amount of grand wormwood for the production of Absinthe Martin. This results in an intense wormwood aroma that can be recognized during the tasting. Along with the holy trinity of absinthe ( ...

 $71/Liter  $71
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A slightly sweet La Bleue with a higher alcohol content.

The taste of La Grenouillarde reminds us of an absinthe from the time before the prohibition. The name comes from the word “Grenouillards”. For centuries the inhabitants of Boveresse were called Grenouillardes by people from other villages in the Val-de-Travers. Greno ...

 $201.50/Liter  $20

Last reviews

Absinthe Roquette 1797 - barrel-aged

By Damnyougotsomebigassballs!!!!, Added on the : 04/09/2016

Best absinthe. By far my favorite. Very upset it's out of stock. I ordered this when it first came out and periodically since. Now that it's out of stock I'm upset I only got two bottles on my last order. I should have gotten ten. More for me- less for you.

Set Pernod Fils Absinthe Recette Traditionnelle

By Capital,just Capital., Added on the : 26/08/2016

I am so looking forward to this work of art being back in your stock, I can not wait to have it sitting upon my dining room table in all its splendour.

Note from Absinthes.com: Unfortunately, this fountain is no longer made.

Absinthe Spoon Wormwood - Gold

By MerryDrunk, Added on the : 25/08/2016

Wow this spoon is beautiful! It's a nice gold electroplate that catches your eye. Most spoons are silver in color, so when you see this one it really stands out. I always get compliments on it. One thing to note - this spoon is actually fairly larger than you'd expect. So it may seem a bit awkward depending on which glass you use. It might not sit well at first, so you'll have to play around with it a bit. This spoon makes a great addition to my small collection. I would highly recommend.

Absinthe Akveld's Artisanale Verte

By Absinthe lover, Added on the : 10/08/2016

When opening the bottle, you can smell the herbs.
After edding water, the anis and other herbs filled my room.
Great taste and very nice louche.
Good experiance with this first try of (dutch?) Akvelds absinthe.

Absinthe Vit Opal

By Carlo, Added on the : 27/07/2016

This may be the ideal Blanche for those who mostly love the Vertes or enjoy cocktails. The louche is beautiful, showing bluish reflexes while staying opalescent and not too thick, with a clear top layer, stil thick even above 1:5. The aroma is subtle and complex and deep rather then intense. All the flavours peculiar to the Grön Opal are here too, the Vit being less herbaceous and having even stronger notes of ginger and cola. Think of a pond surrounded by wild grass in summer day. The sweetness of green anise is present but not as strong or even intrusive as in some Bleue. The lovely bitterness of wormwood is surrounded by other spicy notes. Because of its balance it is difficult to tear apart the main components, and the general feeling is that of freshly cut wild grass. The finish is fresh and slightly bitter, and it stays forever both in the nose and tongue.
While I drink almost exclusively the vertes, I was drawn to the Vit because of the very good experience I had with Grön and because of its lower alcohol content. The Vit is likely to be the only blanche I am going to buy again and again (I bought three bottles so far). It is less strong (or even less heavy) than the Grön, while retaining its complex palette of tastes and aromas. My favourite dilution is 1:5 or even higher, with no sugar. I found it is also perfect in cocktails like Suissesse (with egg white and orgeat) or mixed with elderflower or rose syrup, as its flavours remain always evident.