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Verse-Eau Taillé glass pourer for absinthe Verse-Eau Taillé glass pourer for absinthe
The Verse-Eau Taillé (faceted) glass pourer for absinthe is a unique vessel used to delicately add water (and sugar, if desired) to absinthe. This magnificent object is a faithful reproduction of a glass brouilleur dating back to the end of the 19th century, a work highly coveted by collectors and difficult to find. Using the Taillé Verse-Eau glass pourer is simple but fascinating: you pour a small glass of absinthe into the glass and then place the Verse-Eau on top of it. Next, you place the ice inside the Verse-Eau glass and proceed to slowly pour the water, using a decanter or jug, over the ice. The ice water will then begin to flow through a small hole in the bottom of the absinthe glass below. It is important to be careful not to completely fill the Verse-Eau with water, as this may result in excessive dilution of the glass of absinthe or addition of more water than personal preference. We recommend pouring in small amounts of water gradually, allowing you to taste and adjust the absinthe before adding excessive amounts. Each Verse-Eau has a hole in the bottom which may vary from one example to another, as each is mouth blown. This hole is made manually with a diamond drill, giving each piece a slight variation that makes it unique. For use with sugar, we recommend placing a cube (or multiple stacked cubes) over the hole before adding ice and water. This will slow down the flow of water as the sugar acts as an obstacle. As the sugar begins to dissolve in the water, the sugar water will begin to flow into the glass of absinthe, further enriching the sensory experience. * Tumbler, and other accessories in the photos are sold separately. Hand blown glass. Hand-cut facets around the glass. Measures 9.5cm wide x 5cm high. The base of the pourer fits a glass with a mouth of 8.2 cm or less.
Price 13,00 
Pontarlier absinthe glass Pontarlier absinthe glass
The Pontarlier Absinthe Glass is perhaps the oldest and most popular of absinthe glasses. While slight variations of this glass exist, this style is considered the quintessential traditional Pontarlier absinthe glass. It was originally named after the name given to it in an advertisement for the leading absinthe manufacturer of the time, Pernod Fils. This advertisement was published in the newspaper of the brand's hometown, Pontarlier, France. Given the popularity of the company, the newspaper was sent throughout France, which only increased awareness of Pernod Fils and the Pontarlier glass. Made in the same proportions as an original Pontarlier glass, including the reservoir. The reservoir is the area used to measure how much absinthe to use for one glass. The size of the tank is usually related to the size of the glass used. The tank measures 25ml, which is par for the course for an absinthe glass of this size. It is a machine-printed glass, therefore thick and resistant, ideal for intensive use in a bar or restaurant. Machine-printed glass. Measures 8.6cm in diameter and 14.6cm in height. The glass contains 26.6 cl. The tank holds approximately 25 ml.
Price 12,99 
Absinthe Coupe glass Absinthe Coupe glass
The Absinthe Coupe Absinthe Glass reproduces one of the most interesting ancient absinthe glasses. Although it resembles a French champagne glass, this glass was made specifically for use with absinthe. Made to the same measurements as an original Coupe glass, including the tank. The reservoir is the bottom part of the glass that is used to measure the amount of absinthe to add, making it easy for the consumer to know the exact amount of absinthe to pour. The size of the tank is usually related to the size of the glass used, as the ratio of water to absinthe varies depending on the drinker (usually 3-5 parts water to 1 part absinthe). The reservoir of this "glass" measures 25 ml, which is the norm for an absinthe glass of this size. It is a machine-printed glass, therefore thick and resistant, ideal for intensive use in a bar or restaurant. Machine-printed glass. Measures 8.6cm in diameter and 14.6cm in height. The glass contains 23.6 cl. The tank holds approximately 25 ml.  
Price 12,99 
Brouilleur absinthe pourer with 3 legs Brouilleur absinthe pourer with 3 legs
With Brouilleur absinthe pourer you can prepare your absinthe perfectly. Thanks to this dispensing system, you can slowly add water and sugar to the absinthe, regulating the speed at which the sugar dissolves. Place the pourer on the edge of the glass, fill the dispenser with ice and add the sugar cubes to the tray, add water at short intervals and enjoy your personalized absinthe. Remember that absinthe is a personal experience, so mix and taste to find the perfect flavor for you. * Glass, spoon and sugar in the photos are sold separately. The wire legs can be carefully bent to fit a variety of glass sizes. Stainless steel. Measures 6" tall. Diameter approximately 8 cm.
Price 26,90 
ABSINTH STARTER KIT ACCESSORIES
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By buying the Absinthe starter kit accessories you save a lot of 10% and order everything you need to better enjoy this fantastic distillate. Includes a hand blown glass torsade absinthe fountain, perfect for pouring the water used in the traditional absinthe ritual. It is equipped with 4 plastic taps. 4 Absinthe Coupe glasses with measuring tank and 4 stainless steel spoons perfect for tasting absinthe with sugar.  
96,29 
LA FEUILLE D'ABSINTHE ABSINTHE SPOON LA FEUILLE D'ABSINTHE ABSINTHE SPOON
The La Feuille d'Absinthe spoon for absinthe is a spoon much desired by aficionados. The grid of the spoon depicts the sagebrush plant, Artemisia absinthium (the key ingredient in absinthe). The absinthe plant is wrapped in a ribbon which, in vintage spoons, often contained an advertising text. The bottom of the spoon has a small grooved area which was originally used to divide large sugar cubes into lumps, previously divided sugar lumps were not yet available. The spoon is an exact reproduction of the original 19th century model.
Price 8,50 
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