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Absinthe

Many a creative spirit has been lured by the intoxicating powers of the Green Fairy.

A potent green-colored spirit, Absinthe is infused with a blend of botanicals, but mostly grande wormwood, green anise and sweet fennel.

It was banned in the U.S. for over 90 years, due to false claims of hallucinations from a chemical called thujone.

Absinthe is no more dangerous than Vodka—and tastes sublime.
Is Absinthe hallucinogenic?
No, but that’s one of the longest standing myths about Absinthe. Absinthe effects are basically the same effects you get from other booze with a high proof - definitely worth exploring!  
Can you drink Absinthe straight?
Absinthe is a strongly flavored and highly alcoholic distilled Spirit and it is not recommended to drink it straight. Instead, you will find it best to dilute it with water by pouring it over a sugar cube. This traditional preparation is called the "absinthe ritual" and it is very easy to do.
How strong Is the Absinthe?
Absinthe is a high-alcohol distilled Spirit usually between 45 - 74% ABV. 
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