La Fée Parisienne Absinthe 70cl

French Absinthe • 70cl • 68%
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La Fée Parisienne Absinthe
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Country French Absinthe
Distillery/Brand La Fée

La Fée Parisienne

Since July 2013 La Fée Parisienne has been made with 100% natural ingredients including 60% grand wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium), a much higher proportion than before. Meanwhile, a UV resistant coating has been added to the bottle itself. This helps preserve the green colour of the liquid inside, which can be affected by exposure to sunlight.

'90s music trivia: La Fée's green eye logo was based on Sarah Nixey of Black Box Recorder's left eye! How cool is that? (Can you tell that it was Jake who added this last bit?)

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Verte Distilled - 2014
The Absinthe Masters (The Spirits Business)
Absinthe - 2014
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Absinthe - Blanche - 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for La Fée Parisienne Absinthe
A very authentic and lovely Absinthe - 68% alcohol
I don't drink a lot of this, but if I haven't had a little for a while, I get a craving! An acquired taste perhaps, but once you've acquired it........ you have to keep a bottle in stock. :)
Debbie , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Best ever
Best i've tasted. Same great taste from my memories. I just can't get enough of that flavour!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
My never to be humble opinion...
Best Absinthe I ever had! I put it in a glass with ice and slowly sip!
Mark A , United States
6 years ago
I've done a daiquiri with this, 25ml wary, 25ml Havana 3, 25ml lime, 15ml sugar and 15ml of la fée.
It creates a quite sublime, pale and interesting, evocative drink. I loved it.
As absinthe goes, I got mad about king of spirits. But to mix this, it's versatile and a little goes a long way.
Adrian F , United Kingdom
6 years ago
Very nice and good value for money, I've tried this a few times and just about to get another bottle! Personally recommend drink neat or with a few large ice cubes.
Master of Malt Customer
9 years ago
It may be the original French Absinthe(I suspect the Pernod distillery would dispute that claim) but this is the worst I've tasted, marginally worse even than La Fee Bohemian. Save your money and buy something else
Master of Malt Customer
11 years ago