The Green Fairy is back in its original version. One century after the ban, the spirit produced from Wormwood returns in, what the maker claims, the closest possible recreation of the original Pernod Absinthe. After years of being banned, forgotten by history and time, the spirit once again flows from the copper stills. Pernod Absinthe, A Signature Inspired by a recipe from a 19th century manuscript, Pernod Absinthe is produced today following the traditional processes that were used to make it in the original distillery of Henri-Louis Pernod in Pontarlier, France. Pontarlier Wormwood and Green Anise are distilled in a neutral wine spirit base in copper stills at the new distillery in Thuir. The “heart cut” of the distillation is then macerated again in an aromatic bouquet of Star Anise, Melissa, Petite Wormwood, Hyssop, and secret plants that give it it’s beautiful green color.
|Alcohol content:||68% vol.|
|Lebensmittelunternehmer:||Pernod Ricard 12, place des Etats-Unis 75783 Paris|
|Country of origin:||Frankreich|