Absinthe is a herbal liqueur made from a blend of herbs, including wormwood, anise, and fennel. It has a green color and a distinctive, bitter taste. Absinthe became popular in Europe in the 19th century, particularly in France, and was often consumed as an aperitif or as part of cocktails.

Absinthe also has a storied history and was banned in some countries, including the United States, at times due to the belief that it had hallucinogenic effects. Today, absinthe is legal again in most countries and can be purchased, although it is still known as a strong alcohol and is often consumed in moderate amounts.

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Recipes with Absinthe


with cognac and absinthe

Absinthe drink

Gin cocktail
Absinth Frappé on a metal plate.

Drink with absinthe
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