This Lady Absinthe Fountain is perhaps our most popular fountain. A perfect, fully functional exact reproduction of the most famous absinthe fountain style, with four working taps.
If you are into Absinthe in a serious way, you need one of these! It is used to drip the water (over sugar usually) into a glass of absinthe from a height to help dissolve the sugar and for a little bar theater. Handmade, mouth blown glass, metallic type plating over brass with four spouts and spigots for up to four glasses of absinthe at one time - showy and eliminates the line at parties. Casting is solid, heavy and decently done. Fit and finish are excellent if not fine, especially considering the price. 8 inches under the spout will accommodate all glasses and still have plenty of fall to dissolve sugar and look nice. Please note that since this fountain is a handmade item, there might be some slight imperfections.
These absinthe fountains are shipped carefully packaged and will require some easy assembly. This involves simply connecting the base to the bowl and placing the cover on top. We suggest that you rinse the glass bowl and taps before first use. Absinthe glasses, spoons, sugar or absinthe bottles have to be ordered separately, they are not part of absinthe fountains.
Water capacity: 68oz (2 liters)
Overall height just under: 23.23" (59cm)
Height under taps: 11.80" (29cm)
Glass reservoir diameter: 5.91" (15cm)
Base diameter: 5.91" (15cm)
Our absinthe fountains, glasses, spoons or absinthe liquors have been already supplied to many bars, clubs, hotels or restaurants in Thailand, England, France, Australia, Japan, Austria, Czech Republic or the United Arab Emirates. If you would like to buy any of our products in larger quantities, please contact us for wholesale prices.
|Did you know that...?
|The proper addition of water to absinthe cannot be overstressed. You can certainly add water to your absinthe by using a carafe and many people do. But to get the complete flavor from your drink, you really need an absinthe fountain. The high alcohol concentration of absinthe keeps all of the herbs and spices used in its production suspended in solution. You could say that the herbs are "hidden" or "locked away" inside the undiluted elixir. When the water is added, the alcohol concentration begins to fall and the herbal oils start to precipitate out of the solution. This is how all of the flavor and aroma of the absinthe is enjoyed. The rate at which you add the water will change the taste of the drink drastically. A fast dripped absinthe will taste different than a slowly dripped absinthe. The best method to prepare an absinthe is with a very slow drip using the purest, coldest water you can find.