Absinthia began making absinthe in 1997, ten years before the ban on absinthe was lifted. She is unique in that she not only makes absinthe but embodies it, serves it, and brings energy to the experience of absinthe.
Her knowledge of the history of absinthe is extensive, as is her understanding of the palate of today’s connoisseur of cocktail culture. She has carefully crafted her absinthe using certified organic and biodynamic grapes from California, and certified herbs – wormwood, anise, fennel, and coriander – from Oregon.
Absinthia absinthe is smooth, drinkable, elegant. Because it is made with fresh wormwood, it has a natural sweetness and is delicious with 2.5 parts cold water, or in a cocktail such as a Sazerac, a Corpse Reviver No 2, or in a glass of Champagne, a Death in the Afternoon. While some have warned her about “giving away the farm,” Absinthia wants to share with you the hundreds of ways to enjoy absinthe in her collection of cocktail recipes that she has been collecting for over a decade.