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Absinthe makes the tart grow fonder. - Dowson
Michael likes Kubler in Corpse Revivers

We really like this Cocktail Recipe Book


Jonathan quested
for St. George

Absinthe Cocktails Book
There is a Spoon!


Posted by Jonathan
on 03/11/13

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Posted by Jonathan
on 03/08/13

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Posted by Jonathan
on 03/07/13
Toulouse Red Absinthe

New Orleans absinthe maker Atelier Vie is finally branching out from Louisiana. Maybe in an effort to relax regulations even more, their red absinthe is now available in Washngton DC, at Federal Spirits.

Now that's something we haven't tried yet, a red absinthe. There are a few Spanish ones and a growing number of ones made in the United States, as well as Eastern Europe. Have you tried any yet?

Toulouse Red Absinthe | Federal Spirits


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Posted by Jonathan
on 03/05/13

Be sure to have an absinthe today on National Absinthe Day! Think I'll pour a Silene.

Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder: Celebrating National Absinthe Day

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Posted by Jonathan
on 04/21/10

Ted Breaux whips up an Absinthe Mint Flip for the Good Morning New Orleans crew:


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Posted by Jonathan
on 04/10/10
Corpse Reviver label

A favorite cocktail here at InAbsinthia is the "Corpse Reviver #2". Yes, that's "#2", to distinguish it from the nearly forgotten "#1". It is one of the few cocktails we actually enjoy using our precious absinthe in and it really tastes great, as well as being easy to make. Just put in equal parts gin, Cointreau, Lillet Blanc and lemon juice over ice in a shaker, add a splash of a good absinthe and shake well. Pour into a frosted cocktail glass and you have one of the Top 100 Cocktails of all time.

But leave it to the folks at North Shore Distillery, makers of one of our favorite US absinthes, Sirčne, to actually think of bottling this magical formula. But sure enough, they are coming out with "limited release" of a premixed corpse reviver! Now all we have to do is figure out a way to get our hands on one of the precious few (only 515!) bottles!

Staying true to the original cocktail, the first thing you will notice is a pleasant fresh citrus aroma. Then the melody of botanicals fill in underneath, providing a full, inviting bouquet. As you drink the spirit, you will taste a delightful combination of citrus and herbal notes with a nice balance of sweetness and tartness. No single flavor dominates. A symphony of flavors, with harmonious complexity.
To enjoy this wonderful spirit, simple shake it with ice, and strain into a cocktail (martini) glass. The traditional garnish is a single cocktail cherry placed in the drink.

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Posted by Jonathan
on 04/09/10
Tabletop Absinthe Distillery

While it is true that we would love a job as an "Absinthe Maker", and it is a relatively new job, for sure, the info in this little bit from Esquire magazine couldn't have more incorrect info in it. As readers of InAbsinthia well know, St. George isn't, in fact, the only US native maker of absinthe. And their taste test of 5 absinthes (done in 2008) is also dubious. As is the picture that accompanies the job (pouring out shots of La Fee - **shudder**). But hey, we'll take the job nonetheless.

10 New Jobs for Men in 2010


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