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Absinthe la Fée Blanche


Absinthe la Fée Blanche

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Technical sheet

Category:Absinthe (Spirits)
Producer: Cherry Rocher
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 53%
Country: France
It's the brand Cherry Rocher which produces the Absinthe la Fée Blanche (£43.97), a absinthe with roots in France with an alcoholic content of 53%. Drinks&Co users give this Absinthe la Fée Blanche 4 of 5 points.

Description of Absinthe la Fée Blanche

Absinthe la Fée Blanche


  • Color: Absinthe la Fee Blanche has a transparent white.
  • Smell: Aromas of wormwood, anise, fennel, mint, lemon balm and cilantro.
  • Mouth: The palate is smooth and refined absinthe, with sweet touches.

PAIRING: Recommended for use in cocktails.

WINEMAKING: La Fée absinthe produces a traditional premium. For distillation traditional French methods are followed. Considered one of the best absinthes in the world due to their authenticity and quality. All La Fée absinthe have been developed in collaboration with the historian Marie-Claude Delahaye absinthe.

CELLAR: The fee

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- La Fee Absinthe Blanche is a classic premium distilled absinthe based on an authentic 19th century recipe, distilled in conjunction with the French Absinthe Museum (Auvers-sur-Oise) with Grand Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) and other traditional herbs and spices and bottled in Paris.
- La Fee classic Blanche (clear) absinthe, displays a more pronounced fennel character, with less anis. No sugar is required for the traditional serve, as Blanche has a naturally softer, sweeter character.
- La Fee Blanche and Parisienne are endorsed by The French Absinthe Museum (Auvers-sur-Oise). Each distillation is personally tested and approved by Marie-Claude Delahaye - world renowned Absinthe expert and historian; founder and curator of the museum.
- A style historically associated with bootleg Absinthe, following the bans; as a clear spirit was harder to identify.
- Traditional serving: one part Blanche to 2-4 parts iced water, turning a milky white. Absinthe is no stranger to cocktails, being an essential ingredient for all bars during the Belle Epoque. La Fee Absinthe Blanche is a deliciously different ingredient for both traditional and modern cocktails.
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