Absinthe

Adnams Copper House Distillery, Southwold, UK

Adnams has been brewing beer in Southwold since 1872, but in late 2010, after a prolonged struggle with Customs & Excise due to an archane UK law forbidding brewerys and distilleries operating on the same site, they started producing their own spirits. In April 2012 their distiller John McCarthy announced that he had created a verte and rouge absinthe.

Artemisia Distillery, Claude-Alain Bugnon, Switzerland


Distilled by Claude-Alain Bugnon, artisan distiller, in Couvet, Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, the birthplace of absinthe. For those searching for the source of the La Bleue legend, go no further!

Eichelberger Distillery, Germany


This very small, yet modern German distillery is capable of distilling only 30 liters at a time, but always with utmost care and attention to quality. They produce the popular small-batch 'HG' absinthe Eichelberger Verte 68.

Emile Pernot, Pontarlier, France


Premium distilled absinthes originally developed and commissioned for LDF from the distillery of Les Fils d'Emile Pernot in Pontarlier, the birthplace of French absinthe, including the popular Un Emile range plus l'Authentique, Maison Fontaine, Vieux Pontarlier Absinthe Française Supérieure 65 and Roquette 1797.

Fischer Distillery,  Vienna, Austria


Absinthe Montmartre is the first and probably only, traditionally made Austrian absinthe. It was developed in joint collaboration between two modern Viennese absinthe pioneers; Gerald Fischer, of the historic, circa 1875 Fischer Distillery and Roman F. Gundacker, an antiques collector and absintheur.

Gaudentia Persoz, Val de Travers, Switzerland


Gaudentia Persoz is a la Bleue distiller based in the Val de Travers region of Switzerland. When the absinthe ban was lifted in Switzerland she became the first female Swiss absinthe distiller, making her own 'La Bleues' La Ptite and La Ptite Douce.

Jade Liqueurs absinthes, Saumur, France


Back in 2004 LDF introduced Ted Breaux to Franck Choisne of Combier Distillery and the Jades were born. LDF launched them in the UK in July and we have been selling them ever since. As the original Jade worldwide distributor, we offer all four Jade Liqueurs absinthes: Nouvelle-Orléans, V.S. 1898, Esprit d'Edouard and Jade 1901. The names may change but the products are the same.

Kbler, Val-de-Travers, Switzerland


La Bleue style absinthe from the Kübler distillery in the Val-de-Travers - the first distillery in Switzerland to produce absinthe after the ban was lifted in 2005.

Licores Sinc

Based in Spain. The roots of Absenta (Spanish for absinthe) began in the 19th century. At that time, a handful of little distilleries around Alicante began absinthe production. In 1964, these distilleries joined together to form Licores Sinc.

Matter-Luginbhl, Switzerland


Classic Swiss absinthes, featuring LDF's exclusive still strength Absinthe Blanche Traditionelle "Brut d'alambic" and Enigma Verte Suisse, Gold medal winning Duplais, Silver medal winning Duplais 'Balance' and Brevans Giger and A O Spare plus Mansinthe (the official absinthe of Marilyn Manson) from the Matter-Luginbühl distillery, in Kallnach, a small German-speaking Swiss town, located 50 kilometers from the Val-de-Travers, between Neuchatel and Bern.

Paul Devoille, Fougerolles, France


Premium wine-alcohol based, distilled absinthes Enigma Blanche de Fougerolles, Enigma Verte de Fougerolles and the new Enigma Vert FDC were developed by Liqueurs de France and commissioned from the distillery of Paul Devoille, Fougerolles. These two absinthes have for years offered the finest quality at highly competitive prices. Also featured is the premium La Coquette.

Timbermill Distillery, London, UK


Thames distillers is one of a select few distilleries operating in London's and is a bottler of premium gins, including Bacardi's Oxley cold-distilled ultra-premium gin - and now Nemesinthe absinthe!

Zufanek

This family run business was founded in 2000 by Marcela and Josef Zufanek along with their sons Martin, Josef and Jan. The company makes traditional fruit-based spirits including Slivovitz, pear brandy and of course, traditionally made absinthes, St.Antoine, La Grenouille and L'Ancienne. Martin Zufanek bought his very first bottle of genuine absinthe from LDF in 2007 after which he decided to make his own in the Czech Republic!

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