The Absinthe water carafe Portieux is a dual-mouthed carafe. Why? Because one large hole is for filling the carafe with water and ice. The other one is a small spout for a precise and fine water drip during the traditional Absinthe ritual. The dual-mouthed decanter is the one and only carafe especially made for use with Absinthe. Former originals were produced during the years between 1910-20. In our photo gallery you can see a listing in the 1914 barware catalogue from the French glass manufacturer Portieux.
- Volume: 0.75 liter / 25.35 fl.oz.
- Height: 22 cm / 8.7 inches
The classic Absinthe Ritual:
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|Volume:||0.75 liter / 25.35 fl.oz.|
|Height:||22 cm / 8.7 inches|