La Fee French Absinthe
La Fee Absinte Parisienne was the first absinthe to be distilled and bottled in France since the spirit was banned in 1915. It is distilled according to a recipe developed in association with the Muse de l’Absinthe in Auvers-sur Oise. It is made with two types of wormwood and bottled at a traditional strength for French absinthes – 68% abv. The colour is natural and it is best enjoyed in the traditional manner, by combining one part absinthe with four to six parts iced water, poured over a sugar cube into a glass.