If you would like slightly more buzz than standard alcohol while experiencing a unique new taste
then you can enjoy amazing absinthe effects by drinking absinthe moderately. Absinthe is additionally known as absinthe green fairy because of its green color and it is a potent alcoholic drink which has caught the interest of drinkers all around the globe after remaining in hiatus for many decades.
Absinthe or absente as some people call this uniquely flavored drink has been around in existence since early 1800s. This green colored milky drink is produced primarily from Artemisia Absinthium or Grande Wormwood together with other herbs and ingredients like anise and fennel. However, it is the presence of the potent chemical thujone in wormwood which makes the resultant absinthe drink into an exceptionally strong one with high proof levels. Absinthe was earlier used as a medicine during wars and also used to expel worms from stomachs of patients.
Absinthe alcohol became popular in the US and Europe in the mid 1800s and people soon started to flock bars and cafes for a glimpse and taste of the green fairy. Absinthe alcohol was too strong to get ingested directly and drinkers needed to pour a small amount of the green liquid into an absinthe glass over which a unique perforated absinthe spoon was placed. A sugar cube was then placed above the glass and cold water was slowly poured on the cube, which in turn flowed in the glass through the perforations.
The resulting absinthe drink was a milky green liquor with higher potency levels in comparison with other alcoholic drinks, especially if a reduced amount of water was added to the drink. When compared with other alcoholic drinks that only generated a heady buzz, absinthe effects also thought to include hallucinations, muscle spasms, convulsions and would even evoke violence amongst its drinkers. However, most of the tests were conducted in the last century and did not provide adequate proof since most drinkers also used to consume alcohol in other forms. Thus, even though absinthe was prohibited in many countries, it's begun to legally re-appear in stores and internet based stores ever since the ban has been lifted in most countries in Europe as well as in the USA in the late 90s.
The harmful outcomes of consuming drinks made from real absinthe were also tracked to high amounts of thujone present in wormwood. Most countries now have rules that specify the maximum amount of thujone which can be contained in each kg of wormwood. Drinkers have also seen that absinthe drinks need to be watered down to proper levels to enjoy that happy buzz. Modern brewing and distilling methods have also managed to remove excess thujone from absinthe to make it into a safe drink. There are numerous absinthe brands available in the market and you could also legally buy absinthe online in many countries. Along with traditional green absinthe, you can also drink red and black absinthe in bars located all over the world or even order these colored drinks to your house.
In contrast to previous beliefs, the consequences of consuming absinthe are nearly similar to other alcoholic drinks. Nevertheless, since absinthe is in itself a really potent drink, it is very important dilute it to the necessary levels so as to enjoy its unique taste as well as enjoy amazing absinthe effects which will follow once you drink this phenomenal drink in moderate levels.