ABSINTHE

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The Green Fairy

Eigh­teenth cen­tury Swiss medicine has come a long way. For­get all the neg­a­tive press this spirit has ever re­ceived… most of that was ex­ag­ger­ated.

The Green Fairy is a de­li­cious con­coc­tion of botan­i­cals, green anise and sweet fen­nel, and its re­vival be­gan in the 1990’s. It cer­tainly packs a punch, so drink re­spon­si­bly!

DILLON’S

Two years of ex­per­i­men­ta­tion with the best botan­i­cals Dillon’s could find, or grow them­selves, re­sulted in a bal­anced absinthe that sets them apart.

Start­ing out gen­tle and tran­si­tion­ing into a more pro­nounced rich­ness, although the anise, fen­nel and worm­wood are ever-present, they do not over­power the more sub­tle flavours of the other herbs and spices. By not re­ly­ing heav­ily on star anise, the mouth­feel is smooth and clean while the spirit re­mains only slightly bit­ter. It has a fin­ish that will last un­til your next sip.

Smooth, yet spicy. Clas­sic yet new.

DEEP ROOTS

A beau­ti­fully po­tent and pure

liquor hand-crafted in small lim­ited batches. Each bot­tle is uniquely la­beled with it’s own bot­tle num­ber in­di­cat­ing a

spe­cific batch. Uti­liz­ing tra­di­tional meth­ods by em­ploy­ing mul­ti­ple dis­till­ing and in­fus­ing stages, Deep Roots uses a base of its own dis­tilled spir­its

and a care­fully se­lected mix of dried and fresh botan­i­cals,

with ab­so­lutely no ar­ti­fi­cial flavour­ings or colour­ing added. Each batch is slightly unique in

colour due to the se­lec­tion of fresh herbs and the in­flu­ence of

each grow­ing sea­son.

OKANAGAN SPIR­ITS

Us­ing the same tra­di­tional dis­till­ing meth­ods and orig­i­nal recipes of the early 19th Cen­tury, Okanagan Spir­its gives you Ta­boo Gen­uine Absinthe.

Set aside your con­vic­tions and em­brace this once for­bid­den spirit in its most tra­di­tional form. Okanagan Spir­its Ta­boo Gen­uine Absinthe is a black liquorice flavour ex­plo­sion of fen­nel and anise, with a silky smooth and re­fresh­ingly cool fin­ish on the palate.

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