Pernod Absinthe Original Recipe is back after 100 years of ban. In 1805, Henri Louis Pernod founded Pernod Fils, France's first distillery. After 200 years, Pernod continues to distill absinthe the traditional way, remaining faithful to its 19th century roots.
This original recipe makes you re-taste the flavors of the pre ban absinthe, which was appreciated by the greatest artists at this time.
It is made according to traditional processes: wormwood plants from Pontarlier, distillation from grape neutral spirit and green natural coloration. Pernod Absinthe has been elected best absinthe at the SFO Awards in 2013 and is appreciated for its finesse, freshness and complexity.
Absinthe lovers who have been waiting for a long time for this great return of Pernod Absinthe original recipe will be delighted.
Absinthe can be enjoyed in cocktails, such as the infamous Green Beast. This cocktail which combines Pernod Absinthe with a green medley of fresh lime, cucumber and sugar syrup was created by Charles Vexenat, a french barman voted the world's best mixer twice