LA FEE La Fee Absinthe Bohemian 70Cl 70%


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La Fée Absinthe Bohemian is a modern Bohemian-style absinth, capturing the essence of the Velvet Revolution of 1989. It is especially suited for use in cocktails due to its low anise content.

La Fée Absinth Bohemian is a modern absinth that has a vibrant bright green colour and an electric blue rim.

It is highly aromatic with plenty of eucalyptus and mint flavours on the nose. Its palate reveals an absinth which oozes character and personality. With good balance and light notes of mint and spice this is a powerful and bold style, typical of Bohemian absinth.

Perfect for cocktails the lower anise content compared to traditional French absinthe makes it an ideal ingredient for both cocktails.

Created with the influences of 20th century Czech Republic (absinthe spelt without an ‘e’)
This modern style is a favourite among the underground bar scene in Prague today
The distinctive colour of La Fée Absinthe Bohemian makes it a popular choice for style bars around the world.

ABV: 70%

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Absinthes La Fée

At the end of the 1990s, Georges Rowley reintroduced absinthe to the British market, after it had fallen into disgrace in 1915, and as it was making a comeback in France.

In 2000, he met Marie-Claude Delahaye, founder of the Musée de l'Absinthe (Auvers-sur-Oise) and author of several books on the subject. With her support, he launched La Fée, a spirit with absinthe plants, produced according to a French recipe dating back to the 19th century. The different micro-cuvées of La Fée (100 to 1000L) come from the best distilleries in France and Switzerland. Since 2011, they are entitled to the appellation "Absinthe".


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