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La Fée Parisienne Absinthe, 1 x 70cl

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This starts with colour (soft green with a hint of yellow), then adding water to establish the depth of louche. Added Protection: To protect the all-natural Parisienne we have commissioned and coated our signature bottle with a special UV inhibitor to protect the liquid against sunlight, which can quickly damage natural green. This helps preserve the green colour of the liquid inside, which can be affected by exposure to sunlight. Facebook sets this cookie to show relevant advertisements to users by tracking user behaviour across the web, on sites that have Facebook pixel or Facebook social plugin.

Also sign me up for newsletters so I can get special offers, recommendations, and expert advice to my inbox! It is distilled in Paris based on a 19th Century recipe and made with 100% natural ingredients including 60% grand wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium). Tested and approved before bottling by Marie-Claude Delahay, founder and curator of Le Musee de l'Absinthe, Auvers-sur-Oise, France. La Fée absinthe, the first traditional absinthe to be commercially produced in France since the ban in 1914/15.The single distillation process (all ingredients distilled together in alcohol) will naturally vary from batch to batch – caused by subtle differences in the condition of the ingredients (herbs being dried at different temperatures, humidity levels, terroir, seasonal changes during growing etc). The nose neat is a powerful smooth spirit with a noticeable herbal Artemisia profile with soft tones of anis, fennel and spicy coriander showing… … after dilution the louche effect has turned the absinthe supérieure to a milky, opalescent green/yellow and opens up the aroma and taste, as the essential oils trapped in the distillations are released, filling the air and your senses. Absinthe La Fee Parisienne is an iconic spirit that hopes to capture the essence of the Belle Epoque era in Paris.

The product goes through eight separate distillations (Parisienne) with blended recipe, leading to greater control and smoother refined finish.Our experience shows the process of multiple distillations of separate herbs and spices gives us more control over the finished Absinthe. Please always read the labels, warnings, and directions provided with the product before using or consuming a product. La Fée is the only Brand to have the endorsement and direct involvement of the French Absinthe Museam and Marie-Claude Delahaye. Launched in 2000, La Fée was the first traditional absinthe to be commercially produced in France since the 1914-15 ban.

La Fee Absinthe was launched in 2000, where it became the first traditional absinthe to be commercially produced since its ban in 1915. A mere fraction of a change in one ingredient, caused by a natural variation, can upset the final balance of the spirit. This starts with colour (soft green with a hint of yellow), then by adding water to establish the depth of louche. It may be the original French Absinthe(I suspect the Pernod distillery would dispute that claim) but this is the worst I've tasted, marginally worse even than La Fee Bohemian.Central ingredient being Grand Absinthe (Artemisia absinthium) and having a classic strength of 68%abv. A mark of the authenticity of La Fee comes from its endorsement by Marie-Claude Delahaye, founder and greater of the Absinthe Museum. This absinthe has been meticulously created by our skilled artisans, who have mastered the art of distillation. Its natural colour is obtained through the maceration of herbs in spirit and to protect the all-natural Parisienne, the bottle is coated with a special UV inhibitor to protect the liquid against sunlight avoiding damage to the all natural Read more.

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