We have over 200 absinthe cocktails on Difford's Guide.
Our friends at La Fée particularly recommend the following.
La Fee XS Francaise
Classified an amer, meaning a higher level of wormwood than is usual is used in its production. Due to being coloured soft yellow-green by chlorophyll
La Fee XS Suisse
Batch distilled in small quantities in absinthe's birthplace, Couvet, Val-de-Travers, Switzerland. La Fée XS Suisse is a clear 'La Bleue' absinthe which
La Fee Bohemian (70%)
La Fée Absinth Bohemian is a modern Bohemian-style absinth [note the missing 'e' in the Czech spelling of absinth], capturing the essence of the Velvet
La Fee Absinthe Blanche
A clear style of absinthe mimicking the classic absinthes commonly distilled pre-ban in both France and Switzerland where such absinthes were named 'La
La Fee Parisienne absinthe
Launched in 2000, La Fée was the first traditional absinthe to be commercially produced in France since the 1914-15 ban. This improved 'Supérieure' version