Absinthe Mansinthe

Mansinthe gets Gold at SF World Spirits Competition

€44.95*

Content: 0.7 Liter (€64.21* / 1 Liter)

Available, delivery time 1-3 days

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Product number: 1028
Product information "Absinthe Mansinthe"
Absinthe was invented at the end of the 18th century, in Val-de-Travers in the Swiss province of Jura. It is traditionally made of vermouth, anis seed, fennel and a range of other herbs. In the mid 19th century, absinthe was the drink of the Bohemia. Artists such as Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Allan Poe, Oscar Wilde, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Vincent van Gogh regarded "the green fairy" as a source of inspiration. The same is true for Marilyn Manson, who has been known as an absinthe lover for many years. In July 2007, together with Markus Lion from ABSINTHE.DE and multiple award-winning Swiss speciality distillery Matter-Luginbühl AG, he launched his own absinthe, which is called "Mansinthe".
 

Manson intensely involved in the development

Two years after the initial idea to do develop an absinthe together with Marilyn Manson, it was finished, Markus Lion looks back: "Manson was intensely involved in the development, constantly tasting the samples, giving his opinion and providing suggestions for changes. When he was completely satisfied with a prototype, the final implementation was swift." The artist, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, presented his "Mansinthe" at the private viewing of his exhibition in Galerie Schenk in Cologne, on 27th June 2007.
 

How to prepare "Mansinthe"

Pour 3cl of "Mansinthe" into a large stemmed glass, then place a slotted absinthe spoon and sugar cube over the glass. Slowly drip ice-water over the sugar cube until dissolved, then fill glass with water to preferred taste.

You may also use an Absinthefountain - that makes a perfect preparation as well as a Brouilleur. This fine spirit is also enjoyed by the most discerning connoisseurs without sugar.

Do not:
- drink Absinthe pure
- light your Absinthe on fire
- think, Absinthe will make you hallucinate - it won't!

Drink responsibly and with moderation!

Gold medal winner at the 2008 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Bronze medal winner at the 2008 IWSC
Alcohol: 66,6% vol.
Lebensmittelunternehmer: Lion Spirits GmbH, Münstertälerstrasse 12, 79427 Eschbach
Net filling quantity: 700ml
Ursprungsland: Schweiz
Verkehrsbezeichnung: Spirituose
Oliver Matter

In 1928, Ernst Luginbühl-Bögli acquired the Italian bitter recipe for Martinazzi. The success story of the started with this product small distillery from Seeland. Already in 1934 one exported to UNITED STATES. Luginbühl landed the next coup in 1947 with the purchase of the farm Löhr, where he cultivated an old variety of plum that he used from then on Löhrpflümli called - the variety that is used throughout German-speaking today space for distilling liquor is added.

The second generation took over the distillery in the late 1950s and it was run by the granddaughter of the company founder (Elsbeth Luginbühl) until 1985 took over the fortunes. In 1996 the distillery moved from Aarberg to Kallnach around. In 2005 Oliver Matter took over the distillery with his wife Nicole. Around this time, absinthe was banned in Switzerland canceled. When Matter brought out his Kallnacher absinthe, excited he attracted the attention of ABSINTHE.DE and Liquers de France. In Cooperation with ABSINTHE.DE resulted in numerous, international excellent absinthes (Duplais, Brevans, Mansinthe etc.). 

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Again and again we get questions like this one: "I wanted to ask if you also sell absinthes that have the same effect as before the ban... You can forget the current one too much alcohol and no effect as desired...."