Absent Lazzaroni, Absinthe Assenzio Fata Verde, 700 ml
Drink deep color of fresh greens.
Absinthe has a few relaxed taste with dominant tones of wormwood and anise.
The bouquet of absinthe in the background flavors of herbs and spices clearly captured shades of anise.
Absinthe can be drunk in its pure form, but in small doses. Most often, it is used in cocktails, iced lemonade and combined with pineapple or orange juice.
The peak of popularity "wormwood tincture" came in 1880. By this time, it is especially enthusiastic representatives of the bourgeoisie and the people of creativity, who thought that the drink contributes to a flight of fancy, so necessary in their profession. Fans of the "green fairy" were famous musicians, artists, writers and playwrights. However, it was observed that regular consumption of absinthe contributes to increased excitability and provokes convulsions, and in some cases, hallucinations, which causes narcotic substance thujone contained in wormwood. Therefore, in the early years of the 20th century, many European countries have banned on its territory the production of absinthe. In recent decades, the production of this drink was resumed, but the content of thujone is strictly regulated, it should not exceed 10 mg / kg, which is completely harmless to humans.
The basis of absinthe Assenzio Fata Verde constitute extracts of fennel, anise and wormwood, which is prepared by steeping them in alcohol. In the manufacture of beverage uses only natural ingredients, so the product of the company is among the Lazzaroni real absinthe.
In the first half of the 19th century the family Lazzaroni, who lived in Saronno (Lombardy, Italy), has become known for its liver "Amaretti di Saronno". Tasty delicacy had in mind the consumer and soon became very popular in the country. Family business gradually expanded and eventually specially created a new company "Paolo Lazzaroni & Fili", which produce a variety of alcoholic beverages. It is known that the line of liqueurs was launched in 1846. 5 years later, Paolo Lazzaroni has created the world's only liqueur Amaretto liqueur-based biscuits with the addition of plant extracts, although the manufacturer claims that his recipe first appeared in 1718. This liqueur has become a kind of calling card companies and more than 150 years is its flagship. At present, the production of "Paolo Lazzaroni & Fili" is widely known around the world for its unique ancient recipes and excellent quality. The company with a long history honor the traditions of many generations and continue to honor the work of their predecessors.