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Green Fairy, Djabel, and Koruna Absinth Press Release - Point/Counterpoint Written by Brian Robinson 2049
Absinthe Original - Don't Believe the Hype Written by Brian Robinson 1610
The problem(s) with Absente and its sister brands Written by Brian Robinson 2475
A closer look at Pernod Written by Brian Robinson 4705
Absinthe and Its Silver-Tongued Marketers – Thujone’s Role in Absinthe Sales Written by Brian Robinson 1252
What To Look For In An Absinthe Written by Brian Robinson 1528
The Myths and Realities of Absinthe Written by Brian Robinson 1781
Wormwood Society in Golden Gate [X]Press Written by Brynna Ashley, staff writer Golden Gate [X]Press 14345
Wormwood Society On Small Screen Network Written by Gwydion Stone 11258
Absinthe makes the mouth grow warmer Written by Tara Dooley, Copyright 2010 Houston Chronicle 13561
Wormwood Society on Wine Library TV Written by Gwydion Stone 13167
Examiner Interview with Ted Breaux Written by Kelly Hightower 8052
How to buy and drink good quality absinthe Written by Ken Goze 69397
Local distilleries have big plans for the Green Fairy Written by Anne Marie DiStefano 17220
Portland Leading The Green Fairy's Return Written by April Baer 22038
American absinthe fans discover local "green fairy" Written by Teresa Carson 17800
Absinthe emerges from the shadows Written by Douglas Brown 11754
Crazy for absinthe Written by Louisa Chu 14937
The Green Fairy: Absinthe, famed drink of bohemians that packs a wallop, is back. Written by Don Mayhew, Fresno Bee - Fresno, CA 16615
SEEING GREEN Absinthe is back—better than ever Written by Paul Clarke 15232
La Fée Verte Made in Switzerland to Conquer the United States Written by Marie-Christine Bonzom 9121
Mixologist: Journal of the American Cocktail Written by Gwydion Stone 7689
Wormwood Society in the Seattle Weekly Written by Michaelangelo Matos 7697

A Classic Cocktail

Third Degree Cocktail (Savoy)

2/3 Burrough's Plymouth Gin
1/3 French vermouth
4 dashes of absinthe

Shake with ice. Strain into old-fashioned whisky rock glass.

Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930