The Fun Catering Company
Discover the delights of the Green Fairy.
Possibly one of history’s most controversial drinks, Absinthe was banned in most countries, (although surprisingly for once, not in England!). Widely believed to have hallucinogenic properties the drink was much loved by the Bohemian set in the early 1900’s.
Available in versions upto almost 80% alcohol, Absinthe is meant to be watered down in a ritual known as Louching, where iced water is dripped onto a sugar cube which dissolves and drops through a slotted spoon into the glass of Absinthe, this makes it a real talking point, ideal for attracting attention to your exhibition stand, or at a product launch.
One of our Absinthe bars can be provided on a modern bar unit, or one of our Victorian style carts, with 2 stunning Absinthe fountains allowing 4 drinks to be produced at once.
Absinthe in its neat state is a deep green or sometimes an almost colourless liquid, when it is louched (ie iced water is drizzled into it) it turns cloudy, as various oils and aromas are released giving it its distinctive and unique taste.
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