100mg of thujone! This is what authentic Absinthe is all about. King of Spirits Gold is as strong as the original absinthes of the 19th century. A Bohemian-style Absinthe with the original alcohol volume of the Belle Époque. Real wormwood and a secret blend of spices make this bona fide Absinthe the real deal. Enter the world of the green fairy absinthe and drink one of the noblest spirits in history. Join the minds of great artists and see what Absinthe is all about.
We have combined and prepared this fine selection of premium quality Czech absinthes available on the market in this very popular special absinthe package. Genuine, wormwood Absinthe Original Bitter Spirit in its elegant 700ml bottle and King of Spirits Absinth Gold with a blend of herbs containing 100 mg of thujone. With these unique three bottles, you'll receive one of our quality Absinthe Spoon and a 195ml smaller bottle of Absinthe Innocent completely FREE of charge, both worth over $40.00
Absinth King of Spirits Gold is as strong as the legitimate, real Absinthes of the 19th century.
Absinthe Original Bitter Spirit - 35 mg/kg of thujone (wormwood)
Absinthe King of Spirits Gold - 100 mg/kg of thujone (wormwood)
Want to get the most out of your absinthe drink? The active ingredient thujone has its best effects within a half hour of drinking. Afterward, the effect you feel will be pure alcohol based, so make sure to pace your drinking so you can fully enjoy the wormwood and the absinthe over the length of your absinthe experience.
Absinthe Original Bitter Spirit as well as King of Spirits Gold Absinthe contain Grand Wormwood - also known as grande absinthe, common wormwood or artemisia absinthium - the main and most important herb in the genuine, real, wormwood absinthe.
Do you want to know how strong is your absinthe drink? Find out in our a super-handy guide that will give you a simple estimate of the alcohol content of your absinthe drinks.
“The absinthe made everything seem better. I drank it without sugar in the dripping glass, and it was pleasantly bitter. I poured the water directly into it and stirred it instead of letting it drip. I stirred the ice around with a spoon in the brownish, cloudy mixture. I was very drunk. I was drunker than I ever remembered having been.”