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Make Your Own Absinthe
Make Natural Absinthe and Save $50-$100 Per Bottle
($650-$1,300 per essence bottle)
Make your own absinthe with the same ingredients that we supply to the liquor industry. Mix essence, sugar, and vodka (or any neutral spirits) to create a natural absinthe. You do not have to pay US$100-$160 for a good bottle of absinthe: one that perhaps contains the same essence you will use.
Absinthe tastes so good that it was removed from the French wine industry. Using lobbying and dirty tricks, they managed to get absinte banned in most countries throughout the world. This is why absinthe is very rare today.
The wine industry claimed that one went insane from the thujone in the absinthe. There is thujone in our natural essence, but no more than in Wormwood Vodka, Jagermeister and similar liquors. You do not go mad from drinking absinthe.
The most legendary drink in the world
Absinthe is the most mythical of all drinks. It tastes better every time one drinks it. It has a taste like mild Pernod with a hint of wormwood. The pleasant, slightly bitter aftertaste is easily remembered. Absinthe was the favorite drink of Picasso, Oscar Wilde, Vincent van Gogh, Gaugin, and Cezanne. It was the drink of many world leaders and other famous people. Among others, General P.G.T Beauregard sometimes relaxed over a drink of the green fairy.
Absinthe, “The Green Faeirie,” is the most mythical of all alcoholic beverages. Almost all artists, actors, writers and intellectualls know about absinthe and it is sometimes a part of their image to drink absinthe. Absinthe is a must in every well-assorted bar, especially as it is very difficult to find in stores.
Absinthe tastes very good, like Pernod with a hint of Wormwood. It opalizes when adding water, making a light green, milky and appetizing appearance. Each time one drinks absinthe it tastes better and better.
By mixing the absinthe yourself you get the liquor industries’ and trades’ profit for yourself. Any absinthe in this Prestige class would have cost from $50 to $100 more per bottle – which now is yours.
To mix the essence, a little sugar, and neutral spirit or vodka is a piece of cake for any bartender.
To serve absinte is easy. Customers drink neat or with water. Some customers want to mix it with a carbonated soft drink. One can also serve absinthe the classical way, by slowly pouring water over a spoon containing sugar.
Superior quality made from natural ingredients only.