"Until recently, that is. In January 2005, Switzerland legalized the production of absinthe, provided it complied with a government-approved level of 45 percent alcohol (90 proof) and 10 milligrams of thujone per liter. Absinthes with low thujone levels are now sold legally in France, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Austria, Japan, Sweden, Italy and the Netherlands, "
This is the only fault I find with the article(what I was alluding to earlier). I guess makers of distilled absinthe have less to worry about in thujone percentage than makers of oil-mixes.