Panachée

Difford's Guide

Serve in a

Collins glass

Garnish:

None

How to make:

POUR first two ingredients into glass. Serve iced water separately in a small jug (known in France as a 'broc') so the drinker can dilute to their own taste (we recommend four-and-a-half shots). Lastly, add ice to glass.

1 fl oz La Fée Parisienne absinthe
1 fl oz Anisette liqueur
Top up with Chilled water
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Review:

Anisette sweetens the absinthe and adds a refreshing burst of herbal aniseed.

History:

This is one of the earliest known absinthe mixtures. Today if you order a 'panachée' at a French café, you will receive beer with lemonade (shandy).

Nutrition:

There are approximately 226 calories in one serving of Panachée.

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