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helped to mask the bitterness of the absinthium and other oils. As the
cold water mixed with the absinthe, it clouds (see photo below right)
to an opalescent white with a tint of green or yellow, this effect is
called the, "louche", pronounced "loosh". The louche occures when the
essential oils are not able to disperse in the water, therefore
creating a clouding effect.
people experience a cannabis like high, to mild
hallucinations, some compare it to an opiate high and some experience an extreme
sense of well being.
It has also been known to stimulate creativity and to act as a curative
and aphrodesiac. Although Absinthe is
a high volume alcoholic drink, a person does not experience the traditional
effects of typical alcoholic drinks, but rather an unusual mental
clarity or stimulant in
conjuntion with the high, because the combination of herbs have a kind
and pull effect not allowing the alcohol to dominate the high.
However it must be said that if you drink too much over too many hours the stability
effect of the herbs will wear off and the alcohol will take over with
it traditional negative drunkness effects. Basically Absinthe should be savored
like a fine wine and consumed with dignity, not as if you were playing
some crude drinking shots game.
The ingredient in
Absinthe "Thujone" is structurally related to (THC) which is found in
cannabis, marijuana and hashish, but Thujone will definitely not show
up on any drug test. Thujone along with the combination of the
psychoactive herbs and the alcohol is what is believed to cause the
psychedelic, hallucinogenic or high of Absinthe. A small number of people claim that they are visited
by a little green fairy after drinking large amounts, this is how
Absinthe got its nick name Green Fairy. The facts are that there
is no scientific proof to back up the Green Fairy visit testimonial
effects so don't be dissapointed if you do not see a Green Fairy after
drinking a glass or two.
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Although optional, it is also customary to add to the drink a sugarcube with the cold water.
Absinthe is not drunk straight. You pour about a shot glass amount into
your drinking glass and then you pour ice cold water into the glass
which dillutes the drink and then turns it into a cloudy opaque
solution. Before you add the water, the absinth will be a clear green
color, or tan depending on what brand you buy. Absinthe turns an opaque milky
white in a process of Absinthe turning opaque emrald green or milky white after adding water is called louching. Louching
occurs because the
essential herbal oils Absinthe do not mix with water.
Absinthe Shop, Why Is It So Expensive?
is expensive because it is worth it. Absinthe is not some cheap 100
Proof liquor store rott-gut. Not only is the alcohol distilling
processed highy refined, there is a combination of precicely balanced
rare herbs that go into the Absinthe making process. The strength of
your Absinthe depends on the level of Thujone in your bottle. 10mg of
Thujone will produce the mildest effect, 35mg Thujone will produce a
strong effect and the best 100mg will produce the strongest
effect. The higher the Thujone level the more expensive it will
be. If what you are buying contains no Thujone then it is not real
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