La Fee Absinthe Parisienne 136 (750 ML)
Now distilled with 60% more Grand Wormwood and less Green and Star Anise than the previous recipe. No artificial colours, flavours.
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La Fee Absinthe Parisienne 136 (750 ML)

La Fee Absinthe Parisienne 136 (750 ML)

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Now distilled with 60% more Grand Wormwood and less Green and Star Anise than the previous recipe. No artificial colours, flavours.
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 87030
Size 750 ML
Style Herbal
Type/Varietal Liqueur
Country France
Award Gold, San Francisco Spirits Award
Award Gold, 2009 International Wine & Spirits
Brand/Company La Fee
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Tingly Fingers!
La Fee was only our second absinthe experience. The first absinthe we ever purchased was directly from a small town in France, in the town of Collobrieres. Jerome Thevenet was the maker. La Fee tastes a lot like Pastis, but more powerful and sweeter (most likely because of the sugar cubes we used, following the traditional preparation instructions). My husband and I did a pure shot tonight, and he now has "tingly fingers." LOL! I initially chose La Fee because of the historical involvement the company had in legalizing the product in France again on May 18, 2011, as well as the endorsement by The French Absinthe Museum. Lastly, this product is made with Grand Wormwood (the only difference it carries between itself and Pastis), and the alcohol content is 68%. How can you go wrong (in moderation, of course)?
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Review by Brandi M. / (Posted on 10/19/2015)
awesome
Great herbal, anise flavor. Beautiful cloudy louche. Great on ice with equal parts water. Naturally fairly sweet, no need to add sugar to this absinthe. I love it and I will buy it again.
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Review by JUSTIN B. / (Posted on 10/19/2015)
Boooooooooooooooo!
Very unworthy of having the absinthe name. Normally I can have a nice glass and sip it, this I have to drink like a shooter because of its VERY ethanoly taste. I did purchase it because of the high alcohol content, but have many other bottles that are of the same or higher % and I do not have this same feeling. I will pawn this off to my friends at poker as opposed to finishing it myself as I cannot stand it. Horrible to the nose and taste and too green, the green is artificial instead of being done via fennel and other herbs post distilling as traditional green absinthe was turned green. I prefer Absente to this (and that's saying ALOT). I wonder when the French Absinthe Museum backed this if any of them had ever tried absinthe before, perhaps same methodology, but not same taste. As far as effects go, it must have a low thijune count as I do not feel the same as when drinking others.
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Review by Joshua B. / (Posted on 10/19/2015)

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