Serve in anOld-fashioned glass
White grapes on stick
How to make:
POUR absinthe into an ice-filled old-fashioned glass, TOP with water and set aside. Separately, in mixing glass, STIR other ingredients with ice. Dump contents (absinthe and ice) of old-fashioned glass and charge with fresh ice. Then STRAIN contents (cognac, bourbon and elderflower liqueur) of mixing glass into absinthe-rinsed and ice-charged old-fashioned glass.
|1/3 fl oz||La Fée Parisienne absinthe|
|Top up with||Chilled water|
|1 fl oz||Rémy Martin 1738 Cognac|
|1 fl oz||Bourbon whiskey|
|1 fl oz||St-Germain elderflower liqueur|
Difford's Guide remains free-to-use thanks to the support of the brands in green above.
Elderflower liqueur mellows and boosts floral notes in the cognac while the merest dash of absinthe dries and adds a robust hint of aniseed.
Created in 2006 by yours truly at The Cabinet Room, London, England.
The name is a reference to the Parisian district of St-Germain lying on the left bank of the River Seine and also a nod to the use of absinthe and its pre-war ban in France, partly due to the belief that it induced insanity.
There are approximately 231 calories in one serving of In-Seine.