La Fee Absinthe ParisienneLa Fee Absinthe Parisienne
La Fee Absinthe Parisienne. The first traditional absinthe to have been made in France since the spirit was banned there in 1915. Distilled in the Rhone-Alpes, using nine herbs and spices, including grand wormwood, fennel and star anise. The bottle is opaque to help protect La Fée Parisienne’s natural ‘verte’ colour. Multi award winning and endorsed by the Musée de l’Absinthe, Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Distilled at the traditional 68% abv following an authentic 19th century recipe. Follow the back-label instructions and use the included Absinthe spoon to mix and enjoy in the traditional French method. A truly authentic Absinthe drinking experience.
Les Fils D’Emile Pernot Absinthe BourgeoisLes Fils D’Emile Pernot Absinthe Bourgeois
Les Fils D’Emile Pernot Absinthe Bourgeois. Sweet, fresh, with strong notes of anise. Perfect for a first taste, for those who don’t know absinthe.
EMILE PERNOT – SINCE 1890
The firm of Emile Pernot, now more than a century old, has a direct lineage rooted in the origins of the famous liquor named “absinthe”, and you’ll discover that the story is rather surprising seeing the coincidences!
Indeed, the legend says that on Dr Ordinaire’s death, at the end of the 18th century, his precious original recipe for the elixir passed to two Swiss sisters from the Henriod family. They in turn sold the recipe to a Major Dubied from Couvet, who commercialized the product and, together with his son-in-law Henri-Louis Pernod, established the very first absinthe distillery in Pontarlier in 1805. Only 16 liters of absinthe were produced each day by the 2 alembics of this little distillery.
The firm of Emile Pernot, now more than a century old, has a direct lineage rooted in the origins of the famous liquor named
Dubied later parted ways with Pernod (who henceforth traded under the name Pernod Fils), and traded under the name “Dubied Pere et Fils”.