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Toulouse Red Absinthe Snowball Kicks Off Cocktail Celebration at Southern Food & Beverage Museum

During these scorching days of summer, cooling refreshment is much desired. So it was most fitting that the “welcome punch” for the American Independents competition at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum was a snowball. An absinthe snowball, to be … Continue reading

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Summertime Cocktail Research: Barrel-Aged Gin Infusion & Laranjinha Cocktail

A few weeks back, while visiting a local barbecue joint, the manager asked if we could help develop a cocktail that would be complementary to their barbecue. Never one to shy away from a challenge, we took the matter in … Continue reading

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Euphrosine Gin #9 Arrives In California

We’re pleased to announce that our spirits are now available in California! Our inaugural retail location in the Golden State is Barkeeper Silverlake, located in Los Angeles. Photo courtesy of Wesly Moore at Barkeeper Silverlake

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Atelier Vie Featured in New Orleans Advocate Distilleries Article

Jill Arnold at the New Orleans Advocate included us in this article on “must-visit distilleries in Louisiana.” As Jill notes, “The dedication to craft and use of natural ingredients has turned heads nationally, too. Atelier Vie’s Toulouse Green and Euphrosine … Continue reading

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Good Spirits Keep Spreading! A Warm Welcome To Our Newest Accounts Throughout Louisiana

From New Orleans to Shreveport and points in-between, discerning restaurants, bars, and retail stores have been adding our spirits. Here are some of the most recent new locations to find our spirits.  2 Johns Steak & Seafood, 2151 Airline Dr., Bossier … Continue reading

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Dried Wormwood From Our Harvest for Toulouse Green

After harvesting and drying our local wormwood over the past few weeks, it’s time to extract that delicious flavor into a batch of Toulouse Green. We’ll be distilling tomorrow, visit from 10-2 to see absinthe coming off the still!

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Our Newest Retail Locations, Plus: Buy Absinthe Online!

A big welcome to our newest retail locations throughout Louisiana. Acquistapace’s Mandeville, 631 N. Causeway Blvd, Mandeville Coquette, 2800 Magazine St., New Orleans (Garden District) DTB, 8201 Oak St., New Orleans (Riverbend) Havana Sports & Cigar Bar, 211 Texas St., … Continue reading

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Join Us This Saturday at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum for Made In Louisiana

This Saturday, April 1, join us for Made In Louisiana at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, from 12:30pm to 5pm. We’ll be pouring tastes of Euphrosine Gin #9 and Barrel-Finished Reserve, along with Toulouse … Continue reading

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Creative Euphrosine Cocktails in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Arkansas

Expert mixologists know a good thing when they taste it. Even better, a great spirit can inspire new cocktail creations. Euphrosine Gin #9 and Barrel-Finished Reserve are the impulse behind creative new cocktails in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Arkansas. … Continue reading

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Wormwood Harvest at the Distillery

The wormwood garden at the distillery had had some nice growth over the past couple months. This past weekend we harvested the first crop. It’s destined for a batch of Toulouse Green. Wormwood drying at the distillery.

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