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Absinthe from Austria

Absinthe from Austria

There was a special ritual to drinking absinthe in the 19th century: A sugar lump was placed on an absinthe spoon of chased silver, first absinthe and then water was poured onto it, giving the typical green opalescent colouring.

 

Alternatively, the alcohol-soaked sugar lump was set on fire and caramelised.

There was a special ritual to drinking absinthe in the 19th century: A sugar lump was placed on an absinthe spoon of chased silver, first absinthe and then water was poured onto it, giving the typical green opalescent colouring.   Alternatively, the alcohol-soaked sugar lump was set on fire and caramelised.

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Absinthe from Austria

There was a special ritual to drinking absinthe in the 19th century: A sugar lump was placed on an absinthe spoon of chased silver, first absinthe and then water was poured onto it, giving the typical green opalescent colouring.

 

Alternatively, the alcohol-soaked sugar lump was set on fire and caramelised.

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