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The Full Absinthe Experience

Indulge in the award-winning Devil's Botany Absinthe set and discover the delicious range of flavours that can be found within the spirit category.

Devil's Botany Absinthe Regalis - Absinthe Fountain - London Absinthe Distillery - How to Drink Absinthe

Unleash a Taste of History

Absinthe Regalis: Complex & Spiced

London Absinthe: Floral & Herbaceous

Chocolate Absinthe Liqueur: Devilishly Delicious

Absinthe is a botanical spirit distilled with grand wormwood, green anise and fennel seed, also known as the holy trinity of absinthe. In addition to these three, each distiller can use their own blend of botanicals to achieve the unique flavour profile they are after. Traditional absinthe is a spirit, not a liqueur. No sugar should be added when bottled. All distilled absinthes start clear. In order to create a green style of absinthe, this distillate is then infused with a new mix of botanicals to get its natural colour from the chlorophyll.

Absinthe Regalis: Serve diluted over ice with sugar, or add to any cocktail recipe as a flavour enhancer.

London Absinthe: Hand-crafted for cocktails or to be enjoyed with your mixer of choice.

Chocolate Absinthe Liqueur: Enjoy neat or over ice, or add to your favourite cocktails like an espresso martini or old fashioned

Absinthe was banned for nearly a century in many countries around the world. It is the only spirit ever singled out in a prohibition of this kind. It was never made illegal in the UK, which meant that many of the great classic cocktails to come from Britain during the 1920s and 30s called for absinthe in their recipes. Modern science finally caught up and disproved the 19th century theories that originally had it banned and regulations were changed around the world to finally make absinthe legal again.

Natural botanicals copper pot distilled with British wheat spirit. 100% natural ingredients. No artificial colour. No artificial flavourings.

Absinthe is not and never was hallucinogenic. 

MIX CREATIVELY

Our award-winning Devil’s Botany Absinthes have been hand crafted for cocktails.

Absinthe Cocktails

  • Devil's Botany Absinthe Regalis and Ginger Beer - Absinthe Cocktails - How to Drink Absinthe - London Absinthe Distillery

    Absinthe Regalis & Ginger

    25ML Absinthe Regalis
    Topped with Ginger Beer

  • Devil's Botany Absinthe Regalis - Absinthe Drip with Absinthe Fountain - How to drink absinthe

    Absinthe Fountain

    25ML Absinthe Regalis
    Diluted with 3 parts (75ML) ice cold water dripped over a sugar cube

  • Devil's Botany Absinthe Regalis - Absinthe Royale with Champagne - Absinthe Cocktails - How to drink absinthe

    Absinthe Royale

    25ML Absinthe Regalis
    15ML Simple Syrup
    Topped with Champagne

Absinthe as it should be

  • 100% Natural Ingredients

  • Sugar Free

  • Vegan

  • No Artificial Colours