La Fee Absinthe
La Fée Parisian
La Fée Parisian Absinthe is a highly alcoholic, anise-flavoured, distilled liquor containing the herb wormwood (Artemisia absinthium). Green in colour, turning to cloudy, opalescent white when mixed with water, La Fée is based on an authentic 19th century recipe and was developed in a French distillery under the supervision of Madame Delahaye (founder & curator of the Absinthe Museum in France.) La Fee contains a dozen or more plants, including 'Grande' and 'Petite' Absinthe. The botanicals are macerated in alcohol and then distilled in accordance with the most traditional methods. Like true French absinthe it has a dark green colour, rich bouquet, distinctive aniseed flavour and louches (turns cloudy with the addition of water) beautifully.
La Fee Bohemian
La Fee Bohemian Absinth is a premium distilled spirit that is a modern Absinth originally created in Bohemia following the velvet revolution, with subtle herbal undertones of fennel, mint and rather less aniseed than that absinthe produced in France at the end of the 19th Century.
Bohemian tastes have always meant that less anise is used in the drink's production, and explains why Bohemian Absinth does not turn milky ('louche') when water is added.
Whereas the heavy aniseed flavour of La Fee Parisian Absinthe is often not suitable for use in cocktails, La Fee Bohemian Absinth has a refined subtlety, whose distinctive flavour is a mixologists dream.