Absinthe Dispenser: Everything you need to know

Absinthe Dispenser: Most important facts

  • Absinthe dispensers might seem like a niche accessory, but for Absinthe enthusiasts, they’re a must-have.
  • Whether you’re just getting into Absinthe or you’re a seasoned pro, an Absinthe dispenser can elevate your experience.
  • By using an Absinthe dispenser, you’re not just preparing a drink; you’re participating in a tradition that has been celebrated for over a century.
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Barrel Aged Spirits: From Whiskey to Absinthe

Barrel Aged Spirits: Most important facts

  • Barrel aging is a process that has been used for centuries to impart flavor and character to distilled spirits such as whiskey, rum, and brandy.
  • The barrel aging process is now also used for other spirits, such as Absinthe or Gin.
  • By aging in oak barrels, spirits gain complex flavors and aromas that cannot be achieved through any other method.
  • In this blog post, we will explore the art of barrel aging spirits and what makes it such an important part of the production process.
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ALANDIA 20th Absinthe Anniversary: Time to celebrate!

  • In 2001 we started to sell Absinthe and Absinthe accessories online
  • We celebrate our Absinthe anniversary with a limited edition of our bestselling Absinthe Strong68.
  • The batch is limited to enumerated 1020 bottles.
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Best Bitters for Old Fashioned: Wormwood Bitters

Old Fashioned Bitters: Most important facts

  • Old Fashioned is a traditional whiskey cocktail from the 19th century.
  • The drink is usually made with Angostura Bitters (or Peychaud’s Bitters).
  • We show you a delicious mixing alternative, Wormwood Bitters.
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Learn more about Artemisia Absinthium (wormwood)

Artemisia Absinthium: Most important facts

  • Grand wormwood (lat. artemisia absinthium) is the eponymous herb of the liquor Absinthe.
  • Historically, the plant was regarded as an effective remedy for stomach cramps and nausea.
  • Artemisia absinthium got into disrepute because of its essential oil containing the nerve poison “thujone”.
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Skull Bottles: From Absinthe to Vodka

Skull Bottles: Most important facts

  • On the market you can find various liquors bottled in skull bottles.
  • One of the most popular products is the Skull Vodka Crystal Head made by Dan Aykroyd.
  • Other liquors like Hamlet Absinthe come as well in glass skull bottles.
  • Skulls have a deep cultural meaning.
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