Tuesday, 30 April 2013


In the late 19th century during the Belle Époque era in Paris, the renowned Absinthe culture was at its height of infamy. Absinthe was the trademark drink of artists like Degas, Manet, Picasso, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Oscar Wilde. To recall this glorious time, Grande Absente, Absinthe Originale is one of the oldest traditional Absinthe recipes from the south of France. Hand crafted in Provence like it was from 1860-1912, Grande Absente is made exclusively with the highest quality spirits and select botanicals, including the legendary botanical Wormwood, also known as artemisia absinthium.
What sets Grande Absenthe apart is the combination of French artisanal distillation techniques and high quality mix of regional botanicals which results in a great tasting Absinthe, a suprisingly refreshing drink that's out of this world.

69% Abv -138 Proof

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