National Absinthe Day - 2022-03-05
What is National Absinthe Day?
Absinthe is often mistaken for a liqueur, but in fact, it is a spirit. It is bitter, like gins and whiskeys when categorized. This spirit is made by infusing herbs into alcohol. A doctor named Pierre Ordinaire is credited with the creation of absinthe. He developed it in the early 19th century as a tonic to cure many illnesses. The drink contains high levels of alcohol and is often served with ice, a sugar cube placed on a slotted spoon over the glass, and water poured over it. In the beginning of the 20 th century, absinthe was a drink that artists and writers loved. It was also rumored to have hallucinogenic effects. As it gained popularity, its reputation took a hit when people started going insane, going blind, and committing suicide.
When is National Absinthe Day?
National Absinthe Day, observed each year on March 5
History of National Absinthe Day
Pernod Fils Absinthe made it official in 2013.
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