Green fairies and sweet concoctions

Drinking two glasses of Lucid does not mean you will see two green fairies…

Craving something sweet? Whole Foods is now selling the world’s first cookie dough made with with rich, dark Ghirardelli Chocolate and Lucid Absinthe.
absinthe cookie dough

When adding sugar, some people get really creative with their Lucid.

Lucid Absinthe Blog 7/5/2013

“The best way to know life is to love many things”
― Vincent van Gogh, absinthe drinker

this is what heaven looks like

“What is done in love is done well.”
― Vincent van Gogh, absinthe drinker

lucid absinthe balancier and glass

In case you missed it on Monday… beat the heat with the Absinthe Blueberry Cocktail. Recipe at

absinthe blueberry cocktail

Lucid Absinthe Giveaway…

Thank you to all our amazing fans who entered the contest- you are all bad ass and we have a surprise in store for you!

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The winners were chosen randomly using

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(In descending order- 1st- Lady A, 2nd- Ralph S, 3rd- Melissa G- you will be receiving an email from us)

We also received many creative Art entries and loved them so much we decided to give a tee-shirt/hat to 2 of our favorites:

Original Artwork By Sam Muro

Green Fairy art


Lucid Absinthe Poem by Eric Hooper

She kissed me softly, and the numbness set in. She tasted of licorice, and was cold to my skin. We danced slowly at first, getting to know one another. She was familiar but different, and unlike any other. I knew I couldn’t leave her, she grabbed a hold of my heart. From this day forward, we would never be apart. It was my first time, I held on just barely. I fell in love with her that night, my beautiful Green Fairy.



Congratulations to all the winners!


Dare to enter?

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Enter Here

15 possible ways to enter!


Get ready to play with the Green Fairy

Green Absinthe Fairy

3 Random winners will be chosen February 8th


As a condition of participating in this Contest, you agree to be fully and unconditionally bound by these Official Rules.

Official Rules:


  • To be eligible for entry, each participant must be 21 years of age or older.


You may participate in the Contest for the Prizes by submitting an eligible entry during the Promotional Period, which shall begin on February 1 at 12:00 pm EST and end on February 8  at 12:00 PM EST.


The prize winner will be notified via the email address associated with the winner’s entry.


Sponsor and its Partners are not responsible for: (1) stolen, lost, late, misdirected, damaged, undeliverable or incomplete, inaccurate, delayed, illegible entries due to technical, computer, mechanical, printing, typographical, human or other errors relating to or in connection with the Contest, including, without limitation, errors which may occur in connection with the administration of the Contest, the mailing or transmission of entries, notification or correspondence, the processing of entries, the announcement of the prize or in any Contest related materials; (2) technical failures of any kinds; (3) failures of any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the Contest; (4) technical or human error that may occur in the administration of the Contest, the sending of entries or the processing of entries; or (6) any injury or damage to persons or property that may be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, from your participation in the Contest or receipt or use of any prize.

Lucid reserves the right to modify, change, or enhance the eligibility, rules and/or jurisdiction for the Prize, and the prize itself. Any such change or modification will be announced in a manner deemed appropriate by Sponsor, in which case the change, alteration or modification will become effective immediately and will be incorporated and published into the Official Rules. Sponsor shall, however, be under no obligation to make any such change or modification.

Lucid Absinthe Cocktail Recipe

Autumn Apple



Fall is here once again and this weeks drink combines the wonderful Autumn flavors of apple and cranberry,  Spiked with warming absinthe and the zing of ginger, this one will warm you insider and out


  • 1 oz. Lucid Absinthe
  • 2 oz. apple cider
  • 1 oz. cranberry juice
  • 1 oz. ginger ale
  • 0.5 oz. Chambord Raspberry Liqueur


Combine the Lucid, apple cider, cranberry juice, ginger ale and Chambord with ice and stir until chilled. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with an apple


Recipe Courtesy of Drink of the 

Marie Corelli

‘The secret charm of my existence; green as the moon’s light on a forest pool it

glimmers in my glass; eagerly I quaff it, and, as I drink, I dream.’

– Marie Corelli (1855-1924), “Wormwood: A Drama of Paris”

Absinthe inspired many artists and was the muse for poems, plays, short stories, and novels in the 19th century. The
most influential and popular of these was Marie Corelli’s novel “Wormwood”, a lurid Victorian
melodrama that was enormously popular both in the UK, and in the US.

A newly released modern edition of the book can be purchased here.

What inspires you?

Absinthism: The Biggest Lie Ever Told About Absinthe

The biggest lie ever told about absinthe is ‘absinthism.’ Absinthism is a made-up medical condition used in the late 1800s to blame absinthe for lots of side effects it did not actually cause.  This fake medical condition was made up by Dr. Valentin Magnan, head doctor at Sainte-Anne Asylum in Paris in the 1860s.

Among Dr. Magnan’s lies were that absinthe caused physical deformities and mental retardation.  Lies like these scared lots of people, because they believed Dr. Magnan.  Here is an old photo of a boy whose deformity was blamed on absinthe.

Scientific standards were much lower 150 years ago, so he was able to pass off lies about absinthe as scientific fact — and he got awards for doing so!!!

In late 1800s France, as more and more people started believing the lies of ‘absinthism’, they complained to the government.  Finally, many governments banned absinthe for ~100 years.  ‘Absinthism’ made absinthe seem really harmful, an incorrect perception that sadly persists to this day!

Here is a link to a great and scientifically valid article that prove absinthe was always safe — even in the 1800s!!!