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A harvested wormwood plant hanging up to dry. Almost ready to turn into absinthe!
When the wormwood plants flower, it’s time to harvest. Wormwood is a perennial, so to harvest, simply cut off the entire plant at the base. It will grow again from the roots. After harvesting, the wormwood plants will be dried, … Continue reading
These lush wormwood plants were grown for us by Vintage Garden Farms. The first harvest is underway and we’re looking forward to the first batch of absinthe made from this locally-grown crop. (Photo courtesy Vintage Garden Farms.)
How do you say it? “I tell you” – Ah Tell Yay! I say, I say, I say: Atelier Vie, home of Real New Orleans Spirits! May 14, 2013
Our friends at Capdeville have a new drink with some serious horsepower: The Red Corvette. Recipe created by Myisha Dunn. 1/2 Oz Toulouse Red Absinthe Rouge 1 1/2 Oz Bulleit Rye Whiskey 1/2 Oz Triple Sec 2 drops celery bitters Combine … Continue reading
The Local Palate publishes another excellent cocktail recipe featuring Toulouse Red. “T. Cole Newton of Twelve Mile Limit in New Orleans uses a local red absinthe for his adaptation of the early Absinthe Suisse. He likes the bright fruit and … Continue reading
Via The Local Palate, The Three Muses deliver “Suspiciously Absinthe.” Mixed with grapefruit and hibiscus water, this cocktail developed by Christopher Starnes of The Three Muses in New Orleans has a gorgeous floral essence, perfect for spring.
Absinthe and Root Beer? Some call it the Root of all Evil, but we’ve localized our version as the Bayou Root. Especially apt if you make it with some local root beer. 1 Part Toulouse Red absinthe 2 Parts (good) … Continue reading
We’re proud to join Abigail Deirdre Gullo and Bryant Stainer York at the first Guest Mixologists Night at Dominique’s on Magazine. Toulouse Red in the house! Please join us in supporting the Chef Quan Tran Foundation.
Now in 46 convenient locations from New Orleans, to the Northshore to Baton Rouge. Atelier Vie welcomes our newest retail locations: DBA, New Orleans, 618 Frenchmen St., New Orleans; Calandro’s Supermarket, 12732 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge; and The Cove, 2561 … Continue reading