Absinthe | Cocktail Party

Absinthe

Bottle of absinthe, an ingredient for cocktails

Absinthe got a bad rap when layabout artists and riffraff starting drinking it in turn-of-the-19th-century Europe. It contains thujone, a chemical thought to cause hallucinations – but it’s in such small quantities, you needn’t worry about pulling a Van Gogh and mailing your earlobe to your girlfriend.

Also Known As

  • Absente
  • Versinthe
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