Corsair Red Absinthe

Corsair started with traditional 1800′s recipes and herbs to give their absinthe superieure the clean notes of a classic blanche. Then they tweaked it with citrus, tarragon (dragon wormwood, a relative of the grand wormwood that is also used), and red hibiscus for floral tones and color. The result is clean,...


Grande Absente Absinthe

During the heady days of late 19th century Paris, Absinthe was the trademark drink of artists like Baudelaire, Degas, Manet, Picasso, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Oscar Wilde. To recall the glorious times, Grande Absente Absinthe Originale is one of the oldest traditional Absinthe recipes from the South of France. Hand crafted...


Libertine Absinthe

Libertine is a French absinthe produced at the Paul Devoille Distillery in Fougerolles, by the same old recipe since 1859. Accordingly, this recipe consists of green anise, star anise, fennel, coriander, melisse, sweet wood, hyssop, and natural wormwood.


Pernod Aux Plantes d'Absinthe Superieure

According to legend, we owe this elixir to Docteur Ordinaire , a French doctor in exile in Switzerland. In 1805, the Pernod Fils Company from Pontarlier in France began distilling the secret formula. Absinthe was the subject of much stormy, impassioned debate, and was banned in 1915 in France. Pernod aux extraits...


St. George Spirits Absinthe Verte

Real absinthe. No artificial ingredients, no gimmicks. The first legal American absinthe released after the U.S. ban was lifted in 2007, St. George Absinthe Verte remains one of the most acclaimed and respected spirits in this category. Made from a host of real botanical ingredients, ours is a layered and evocative...