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The original absinthe is back: Taste Oscar Wilde, Baudelaire and Picasso's top tipple

Absinthe......not yet...but now I'm gonna have to......to find out wtf THIS is all about!  Lol

Absinthe - Have You Danced With The Green Fairy? Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Absinthe Art By Michelle LeAnn Scott

Absinthe - Have You Danced With The Green Fairy? Photograph - Absinthe - Have You Danced With The Green Fairy? Fine Art Print by vashi

Absinthe fountain at the Pravda bar on Decatur

Absinthe: How the Green Fairy became literature’s drink

Absinthe traditionally has a natural green colour but may also be colourless. It is commonly referred to in historical literature as "la fée verte" (the green fairy).


Year: Each of our prints are custom reproductions printed on Heavyweight Enhanced Matte Art Paper. These Historic Art Prints are suitable for framing, mounting or direct display on any wall!

A baccarat liqueur set for use with Absinthe from 1830-1860

The Virtual Absinthe Museum: Absinthiana - The Absinthe "Devil" Bell.glassware for serving Absinthe and containing uranium dioxide which makes it fluoresce under ultraviolet light.

vintage absinthe poster - "Je satisfais mon envie, mon goût et ma santé!"

A scarce series of chromolithographic cards advertsing Absinthe Terminus printed in colours and gold by F.

This is interesting to me.  They either had to have poured the absinthe and the water in the glass before lighting the cube (hence cloudiness) and soaked the cube in absinthe, or just the water, then poured the absinthe over the cube, otherwise how would the cube stay lit?  Hmmm...

Green Fairy: Absinthe with special spoon, ice water, and a sugar cube all light up!

Some absinthes are not actually green, due in large part to the number of absinthes which are artificially dyed during distillation. Absinthe can be just about any color of the rainbow! Be warned, however: unchanged absinthe is either naturally A) green or B) clear.

Absinthe, brought back from Prague. Note the heart-shaped sugar cube. We've also got clubs, spades, and diamonds. Try the Czech or French methods of drinking.