We have over 200 absinthe cocktails on Difford's Guide.
Our friends at La Fée particularly recommend the following.
Absinthe adds its distinctive aniseed and liquorice notes to a Mojito.
Absinthe, cucumber and lime served long with crisp tonic.
Absinthe and ginger ale combine well in this refreshing highball.
A touch of the sours for absinthe lovers.
If you are rightly concerned about chucking expensive absinthe down the drain then consider straining into a shot glass and serve on the side. The roughly
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
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 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
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
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
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