Original Pernod Fils Absinthe: This bottle is the answer to the big question: What did original Absinthe taste like...?
1,900.00 EUR per 1 Liter
This Pernod Absinthe bottle still has its original labels. The bottle can be dated around 1920.
This vintage Absinthe bottle is from the Spanish Absinthe distillery Noguera Comas. It is approx. from the 1970ies. The Absinthe isn´t produced anymore, therefore this is a perfect investment as the value of the bottle will increase the longer you possess it.
450.00 EUR per 1 Liter
Lisboa Absinthe supplied the Portuguese royal house up to 1910, when Portugal became a republic.
2,857.14 EUR per 1 Liter
This is the second bottle of Vintage Pernod Absinthe we offer for sale. The seal is broken, but the content is untouched.
This vintage La Sala Absinthe bottle is from the late 1970ies. La Sala is still produced, but this Absinthe is made after a different recipe compared to the "modern" La Sala Absinthe. Also the labels are totally different compared to the modern La Sala Absinthe.
350.00 EUR per 1 Liter
This is an original (empty) bottle from approx. 1920-1930 of Pernod Fils, the legendary Absinthe that was produced in Pontarlier France.
This Premier Fils bottle is empty, but the labels are still in perfect condition.
Absinthe Rivoire Frères (Rivoire and brothers) was distilled in Marseille, France.
This small vintage bottle still has its original sealing.
Emile Pernot was a vintage Absinthe distillery. The bottle still has its original sealing, including its alloy wrapping.
This vintage bottle is from around 1930-1940.
This is an empty bottle of Laudanum, which was consumed in the 19th century for its relaxing properties (you may know it from the movie From Hell).