When I first started making it in 1997, I never expected the absinthe prohibition to be repealed, as it was on March 5, 2007. We’ve learned so much about it since those days, such as:
• Absinthe is not hallucinogenic. Never has been!
• It isn’t why Van Gogh cut off his ear.
• Absinthe need not be bitter and gross.
• Absinthe can be delicious and organic!
• The ingredients can and should be fresh and herbal!
Absinthe is super versatile and can be enjoyed with a little cold water or in a glass of champagne, root beer, a sazerac, and any number of cocktails!
Enjoy some absinthe today! My collection includes over 100 recipes! Make something yummy and send me the recipe and a picture and I will add it to the collection and share it on my Absinthe Cocktail Thursdays on Instagram and Facebook! ????♀️????Below is a list of retail shops, bars, hotels and restaurants where Absinthia Organic Absinthe can be enjoyed. Please email us if you are interested in scheduling a tasting meeting, ordering, or booking Absinthia for an event.
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Of course, it is not only National Absinthe Day, it is also Fat Tuesday! Enjoy a Sazerac, The Official Drink of New Orleans.
2 oz rye whiskey
2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters
Dash Absinthia Absinthe Superieure
Lemon twist for garnish
Prepare an old-fashioned glass by filling it with ice and dashing Absinthe over the top. In a separate mixing glass, muddle the sugar cube and Peychaud bitters together until the sugar is dissolved. You may add a drop of water to help this process along, but be conservative. Add the rye whiskey and ice to the bitters mixture and stir for 20 seconds until cold.
Spin the glass to coat with absinthe and discard the ice.
Strain the whiskey mixture from the mixing glass into the old fashioned glass.
Express the oils from the lemon twist over the glass, and wipe the rim of the glass with the peel yellow side of the peel. You may discard the lemon peel if you wish, or add it to the glass as garnish.
Bars and Restaurants
Absinthe Brasserie & Bar San Francisco
Bar Agricole San Francisco
Bardo Lounge Oakland
Benchmark Pizza Oakland
Bergerac San Francisco
BIX Restaurant San Francisco
Branch Line Bar Emeryville
Bull Valley Roadhouse Port Costa
Chop Bar Oakland
Copper Spoon Oakland
Dama Restaurant Los Angeles
Dragon Rouge Alameda
Flore on Market San Francisco
Gather Restaurant Berkeley
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Old Devil Moon San Francisco
Padrecito San Francisco
SCOPA Italian Roots Los Angeles
Slanted Door San Francisco
Uptown Nightclub Oakland
Bottle Shops & Markets
Alchemy Bottle Shop Oakland
Andy’s Local Market San Rafael
Bar Keeper Los Angeles
Bitters and Bottles South San Francisco
Buckingham Wine and Spirits Oakland
Cask 3rd St & Rincon Center San Francisco, College Ave Berkeley
Crown Liquor Oakland
Eddie’s Drive In Liquors Oakland
Epicurean Trader San Francisco
Ernie’s Liquors Palo Alto
K&L San Francisco, Redwood City, Hollywood
Ledger’s Liquors Berkeley
Mill Valley Market Mill Valley
Mixing Glass Costa Mesa
Noe Valley Wine & Spirits San Francisco
Northbrae Bottle Shop Berkeley
Palo Alto Fine Wine & Spirits Palo Alto
PlumpJack Wine & Spirits San Francisco
Roberts Market Woodside
San Francisco Wine Trading Company San Francisco
Savemore Market Oakland
Vintage Wine and Spirits Mill Valley
The Whisky Shop San Francisco
Please see our website for over 100 absinthe cocktail recipes!
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