I am a single gummy bear. I am small, and there is only one of me. But… I am 85% absinthe.
(I am sadly no longer available. I was formerly made in single-serving portions by Tailor’s Candy Shop in NYC, which has since closed.)
Having a beautiful absinthe glass and spoon for your Lucid isn’t necessary, but it sure is elegant.
The always lovely green fairy. She takes many forms.
When the Eiffel Tower was completed in 1889, many absinthe spoons were made to commemorate the occasion. Here are two of the most popular:
Can you see the Eiffel Tower in this absinthe spoon? Hint: this spoon is called Les Tours Eiffel #6 “Silhouette”.
This absinthe spoon is considered one of the rarest of the Eiffel Tower spoons:
This absinthe spoon was made during World War I, from brass shell casings. If you look carefully, you can see two remarkable things: firstly, the soldier who owned this spoon inscribed his initials, “P.B.”, on the handle, and secondly, the holes form the date, “1914”.
One of the most expensive pre-ban absinthe spoons ever made, “Les Feuilles #20”. It was most likely used at high-end French hotels and restaurants.
The beautiful “Les Feuilles d’Absinthe #4 Absinthe Joanne”
What kind of absinthe spoon do you own?
Some absinthe spoons can be amazing works of art…
A very special absinthe spoon was created in 1889 to commemorate the opening of the Eiffel Tower.