Lucid Absinthe is made in the inner still room at Combier Distillery in Saumur, France. This room was designed around the year 1850 by engineer Gustave Eiffel. Mr. Eiffel is the same engineer who designed the Eiffel Tower.
Lucid Absinthe is made with fresh herbs in these Combier Distillery alambics from the 1800s.
Making Lucid Absinthe is hard work, but somebody’s gotta do it. And nobody does it with better craftsmanship than Ted Breaux, Lucid Absinthe’s creator and distiller.
While preparing Lucid Absinthe, Ted Breaux must check its fragrance of fresh herbs to make sure it is just right.
The beautiful home of Lucid Absinthe. Thank you, Mr. Eiffel. We all know your tower, and we appreciate this less-known room just as much.