Golden Moon Crème de Violette

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Size750mL Proof60 (30% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
A unique violet liqueur in that it's made by actually distilling violet flowers and buds along with other high-quality botanicals, this complex, floral, and fresh liqueur has significantly less sugar than similar products.
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About Golden Moon Crème de Violette

But that's not the only "first" in Golden Moon's lineup. Golden Moon Crème de Violette is the first violet spirit produced in the US since Prohibition and possibly even the first in the world to have the violets actually distilled! Distilled with blue violet flowers and buds, as well as two other hand-selected botanicals of the finest quality, it's bottled at 60 proof. Higher alcohol content and a lower sugar level make this liqueur really stand out as a clean and fresh option that is immensely sippable and a truly unique cocktail ingredient.

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About Golden Moon

Absinthe, which is a spirit traditionally derived from grand wormwood, anise and fennel, has a long and colorful history. While its origins remain unclear, the use of medicinal wormwood dates back to ancient Egypt. In the 18th and 19th centuries, absinthe was distributed by the French Army to its troops as a cure for several digestive diseases, including dysentery and tropical fever. When the troops returned home, they brought their taste for absinthe with them. The popularity of absinthe grew, particularly among bohemian artists and writers such as Ernest Hemingway, Vincent van Gogh and Oscar Wilde, all known to be absinthe drinkers.

Spurred by the temperance movement and winemakers, absinthe became associated with hallucinogenic effects. One critic claimed that absinthe would "make you crazy and criminal,"and that it would "provoke epilepsy and tuberculosis." In 1905, Swiss farmer Jean Lanfray murdered his family after consuming considerable quantities of wine, brandy and two glasses of absinthe. While Lanfray had a history of alcoholism, Swiss teetotalers seized the moment and passed a referendum making absinthe illegal. Absinthe was likewise prohibited in the United States from 1912 until 2007.

In 2008, Stephen Gould and Karen Knight founded the Golden Moon Distillery "specifically to produce premium hand-crafted herbal liqueurs using the best available herbs, spices and botanicals." Redux Absinthe Verte is the product of Gould and Knight conducting years of research, coupled with hundreds of experiments, in order to find the perfect absinthe recipe.

About Liqueur

This typical aperitif has its origins in 13th century Italy where it was used for medicinal purposes. The liqueur is produced worldwide and can have all sorts of flavor profiles, from fruit, spices, nuts, and even cream, and has a low proof of 15 to 30% ABV.

Liqueur can be enjoyed in many different fashions, from drinking neat, in cocktails, served with coffee, or even used for cooking.

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This complex and floral violet liqueur is unique in that the violets actually get distilled, resulting in a clean and fresh palate with significantly less sugar than similar liqueurs.
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