During the heady days of late 19th century Paris, Absinthe was the trademark drink of artists like Degas, Manet, Picasso, Van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec and Oscar Wilde. Today, Absente, Absinthe Refined, evokes the glamor and mystical allure of "The Green Fairy." Absente is the modern version of the original Absinthe recipe. The single difference is we replaced the notorious botanical Wormwood with a less bitter cousin, Southern Wormwood, also know as "petite absinthe." Absenthe is the first legal Absinthe available in America since 1912.
Pale green color; the nose is predominantly anise, but some light floral aromas and a suggestion of citrus lurk in the backdrop; a sophisticated touch of bitter herbs.