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Absinthe: A Witch's Brew

11 Aug 2013 11:25 #1 by Friday
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19 May 2018 20:43 #2 by SkittlezRawr69
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This is very informative, Thank you! I thought that all of the plants listed had the same amount of thujone.
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04 Jul 2018 20:15 #3 by Analepsys
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well written and enjoyed it. great info, and advice. thank you
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17 Nov 2018 13:27 #4 by celtic_hills
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I've been an Absinthe enthusiast (in moderation, of course) for several years, but had no idea of the connection to the Craft. In addition to the flavor, I had a fascination with the history, especially in connection the Toulouse-Latrec (my favorite artist for many, many years), Hemingway (one of my favorite authors) and Wilde. Now I understand my connection! Supposedly, while writing "Death in the Afternoon", Hemingway was actively imbibing in a 50/50 mixture of Champagne and Absinthe, unofficially proclaiming the mixture also "Death in the Afternoon".
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27 Mar 2019 10:45 #5 by Friday
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Wow, thank you so much. I knew a lot of the stories about absinthe but never heard about Death in the Afternoon. That is awesome!

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10 Jun 2019 01:28 #6 by Joestgen19
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This was very informative. I had no idea this was part of the craft... I think I'll stick to my mead making tho. Sounds alot safer lol

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