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We all know the movie The Beauty and the Beast. Today we have not two different persons, but rather one drink, which can be characterised with both words. The Green Beast is not only a yummy Absinthe cocktail, especially for rookies in the Absinthe community, but also a very beautiful one. The light green color can easily cheer you up on those rainy summer days that many of us hate. Continue reading “Absinthe Cocktails: The Green Beast”
Just by the title most of you will already know what this blog post is about, but some of you probably won’t. It’s a cocktail Hemingway invented and enjoyed, and yes, it is made with Absinthe – who would have thought that ;-)? Continue reading “Famous Absinthe Cocktail: Death in the Afternoon”
Dear Absintheur! We like to drink our glass of Absinthe the traditional way with cold water. But sometimes we also enjoy Absinthe as a cocktail. Our favorite Absinthe cocktail is the Sazerac. Rumor has it that it is the oldest American cocktail… Continue reading “The first American (Absinthe) Cocktail: The Sazerac”
New Years Eve always requires a lot of drinking, especially being with all the friends and family. It can get boring, drinking the same drinks over and over again. We thought of something special that combines your love of Absinthe with the traditional way to introduce the New Year. Continue reading “Special Absinthe Drink: New Years Edition”
Dear Absintheurs and Absintheuses, Halloween is already ahead of us and now is just the right time to order a bottle of Hamlet Hardcore Absinthe to receive it in time for the festivities (shipping to USA takes 2-3 days, EU 3-5 days). You can choose from black, green, and red color. Hamlet Hardcore is the perfect spirit for our Halloween Absinthe Cocktail, the “Brain Sherbet”. Read on for the cocktail recipe. Continue reading “Halloween Absinthe Cocktail”
Dear Absintheurs! This month we have something very special for you, Absinthe Moulin Vert plus a free Tumbler glass. Because we promote the American way of mixing Absinthe as recommened by Harry Johnson in 1882! You can see a picture of a Frozen Absinthe already mixed and ready to serve. To find out how to mix this drink, please look at our separate “Harry Johnson” post. Cheers!