I guess they'll put her out of here, too--she's getting to have crazy fits, from drinking absinthe
It was so, I said to myself, Alfred de Musset used to sit and sip his absinthe before a fascinated world.
Similarly with absinthe, grisettes, the Latin Quarter, and so on.
Dick thought it remarkable that a painter should choose to work over an absinthe
in a public cafe, and looked the man over.
Then both betook themselves briskly to one of the little tables under the chestnuts opposite, where they procured two tall glasses of horrible green absinthe
, which they could drink apparently in any weather and at any time.
Mounting the broad steps, with brandished knife, the Negro made straight for a party of four men sitting at a table sipping the inevitable absinthe
And while Levy and Toriki drank absinthe
and chaffered over the pearl, Huru-Huru listened and heard the stupendous price of twenty-five thousand francs agreed upon.
But I had ever been plastic, and I accepted the absinthe.
From the Marquesas I sailed with sufficient absinthe in ballast to last me to Tahiti, where I outfitted with Scotch and American whisky, and thereafter there were no dry stretches between ports.
The newly refined Parisienne means we now offer four absinthes
made with 100% natural ingredients.
Besides Pernod, there are now several other absinthes
on the market, and with proof levels ranging from about 100 to nearly 130, retailers and consumers should be aware of the techniques to use in making various cocktails using this highly potent spirit.
The fee will be $15 to try absinthe
three different ways - and anyone who was at the museum tasting will tell you three absinthes
should be quite enough.