Boost St Patrick’s Day with La Fée

Boost St Patrick’s Day with La Fée

Boost St Patrick's Day with La Fée Ingredients: Hot teaspoon 1 measure or shot La Fée Absinthe, 1 measure or shot Irish Whiskey 2 teaspoons brown sugar 5 to 6 ounces freshly-brewed strong black coffee 2 teaspoons heavy or whipping cream, lightly whipped Preparation:...

‘Lockdown Valentine’s Day?’

‘Lockdown Valentine’s Day?’

A Parisienne Kiss or two could be a good start... http://www.ParisienneKiss.com “I created this one evening in my kitchen in Hertfordshire based on a Gin and Tonic. La Fée Parisienne Absinthe Supérieure, Fever Tree Tonic, Peychaud's Bitters (my preference, gives a...

Burn’s Night & Cocktails

Burn’s Night & Cocktails

Robert Burns ~ Some fine Scottish poetry, whisky & more... Spice it up with a splash of La Fée absinthe for the Sazerac Cocktail (Difford's recipe): with Cognac, Rye & Bourbon with La Fée absinthe for a worldly celebration of this great poet: Difford's Guide:...

French Mojito

French Mojito

FRENCH MOJITO Video created by George Rowley Or as some up-market bars are calling a “FRENCH MOJITO” A variation on a Mojito with true French heritage by replacing rum with Absinthe, and easier and faster to make for busy bars looking for a great fresh unisex long...

Spider Highball Cocktail

Spider Highball Cocktail

Spider Highball Spider HighballSpiderHighBall.comServe: Highball glassGarnish: Lime Wedge How to make: POUR all ingredients into ice-filled glass15ml-25ml La Fée Parisienne Absinthe Supérieure2 dash Aromatic Bitters120ml Ginger Ale “The Highball was first concocted in...

Bus & Birthday Shopping

Bus & Birthday Shopping

Drove my Bus to London for my eldest daughter's 18th birthday shopping trip. The empty streets of Kings Road   #bus #gerryswinesspirits #grouchoclub #harrods #harveynichols #IOD #itus #absinthe #absinthelegend #LaFéeAbsinthe #London #CoronaVirus...

La Fée in Cuba

La Fée in Cuba

See Marie-Claude Delahaye’s blog: http://absinthemuseum.auvers.over-blog.com/2020/04/hemingway-a-la-havane.html Ernest was known to be a massive fan of absinthe: https://lafee.com/?s=hemingway Through his life, his writings, drinking in person, to his own personal...

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