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ABSINTHE ART - CHARLES BAUDELAIRE

We can imagine that most of the artists between the second half of the 1800s and the early years of the 19th century, probably used absinthe to attempt to enter into worlds which otherwise would have been  unimaginable. In 1857 the editor Poulet-Malassis  published 500 copies of the collec ...

ABSINTHE ARTIST - VINCENT VAN GOGH

Probably the most famous drinker of absinthe, nobody really knows the extent of his absinthe intake.  Most scholars believe him to be an avid absinthe drinker, and some have said he was not only addicted to absinthe but all manner of turpenes, of which absinthe is a member, as well as the turpe ...

ABSINTHE CELEBRITIES - KYLIE MINOGUE

Who better to play the alluring green fairy than the gorgeous, petite Kylie Minogue? The little green figure blurs and multiplies before Ewan McGregor's eyes as her power takes hold.   ABSINTHE SHOP Artemisia Collection ® offer the unique original new contemporary Absinth ...

ABSINTHE MOVE - "DRACULA"

It seems like Mr. Dracula was fascinating  by the Green Fairy potion too.         "Absinthe is the aphrodisiac of the self. The green fairy who lives in the Absinthe wants your soul." ~Dracula by Bram Stoker    Swatch YOUTUBE ABSI ...

ABSINTHE MOVE - LEONARDO DICAPRIO

Leonardo DiCaprio had private lesson on how to drink absinthe during a party  held in occasion of the British premiere of his film The Beach which took place in an old London library  transformed for the occasion. There were four floors decorated each to reflect a scene form his film. ...

ABSINTHE MOVES - JOHNNY DEPP

Rumour has  it that when Johnny Deep was filming The Mystery of Sleepy Hollow, he went out of his way to get a bottle of absinthe so that he could drink it during his week end visits to his friend Hunter S. Thompson who was in the film Fear and Delirium in Las Vegas.   The two of them ...

ABSINTHE MUSIC - EMINEM

Eminem is a great fan of the Green Fairy.  He was very disappointed when the ‘Met Bar’ in London refused to serve him more then two glasses of absinthe.  The incident shocked him so much that  to make up for what had happened, after his next performance which took place&nb ...

ABSINTHE PAINTER - EDOUARD MANET

In 1859 Edouard Manet paints his ‘Buveur d’absinthe’ (Absinthe drinker) which provokes a scandal and is refused in a competition also because as a model the artist uses a real hobo and the realism of the picture stuns the jury of judges.    ABSINTHE SHOP Ar ...

ABSINTHE POESY - PAUL MARIE VERLAINE

Bohemian poet of Paris, Verlaine sung the praises of absinthe in his youth, and damned absinthe on his death-bed. He consorted with prostitutes and men while drinking, to the dismay of his young life. For a time the younger poet Rimbaud was his constant companion, both platonically and sexually, for ...

ABSINTHE POETRIES - CHARLES CROS

Charles Cros was a poet, physicist, chemist, painter and musician. He is reputed to be the actual inventor of the phonograph, a device he called a Paréophone, in 1877. Lacking financial resources, he was never able to patent his device, nor commence production of it, and was later eclips ...

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