Wormwood welcomes you into a journey of the past, when poets, writers & painters made the Green Fairy their muse. Absinthe known as the Elixir of the gods was the symbol of a Bohemian time that inspired the world. From an unjust ban making it the scapegoat of France national alcohol problem to the legends around some of the most famous characters in history, there is no other spirit that is so misunderstood. At Wormwood we aim to introduce you to some of the best Absinthe currently available, relate some the best of counts around the golden exhalation and take your palette into an unique journey.
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The Controversial History Of Absinthe
A highly alcoholic spirit originating from Switzerland, absinthe is legendary for its strength. But its potency has also led to absinthe being banned in several countries for its perceived link to debauchery.
San Diego’s First Absinthe Bar Is Bringing La Vie Boheme to 30th Street
Meet the green fairy at Wormwood, a new restaurant and bar dedicated to all things absinthe. Romanticized by Bohemian artists and writers of Belle Epoque Paris and banned in the U.S. for nearly 100 years, the anise-flavored spirit will be served traditionally from slow-drip fountains with a cube of sugar….
Wormwood Opening Doors Soon in University Heights
From the team that brought you Tahona Bar in Old Town, Wormwood is coming soon to University Heights/Normal Heights border. Dubbed French Haute Cuisine, the restaurant is taking over the space previously housed by Jayne’s Gastropub….