||Liqueur obtained by distilling medicinal herbs including artemisia absinthium, green anise, fennel, lemon balm, coriander and hyssop. The absinthe knew an exceptional diffusion in 800, and was called "absenta" in the Spanish-speaking countries, "absinth" in the German-speaking countries, "absinthe", but with different pronunciation, in the Anglo-Saxon countries, and precisely "absinthe" in Italy. Absinthe was banned in almost all the world at the beginning of the 1900s, and from that moment all the legends that speak of Absinthe began as a dangerous drug, endowed with strange powers.
||Enjoy Hapsburg Black Fruits of the forest with ice water, blended water or fantastic cocktails.
||Price Hapsburg Assenzio Black Fruit 0,5L € 19.80