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The six basic plants composing absinthe liqueur are typically grande and petite wormwood, green anise, fennel, lemon balm, and hyssop.
This absinthe flavor captures the unique taste of this herbal-based alcohol, delighting enthusiasts of this once-banned beverage and creating an original e-liquid experience.
A muse for artists in the 19th century, this alcohol, known for its high concentration of thujone—a convulsive, disinhibiting, and hallucinogenic molecule—had its detrimental effects.
While it was banned in France at the dawn of World War I, primarily to combat alcoholism, cater to the demands of winemakers, and eradicate smuggling, it's worth noting that 96 years later, absinthe has regained its legal status as a liqueur. Only its thujone content is now regulated.
Products from Flavor West are food flavors, so they can also be used for culinary purposes.