The distillery Jade Liqueurs was founded in 2000 by T.A. Breaux. T.A. Breaux is a professional scientist who has spent over 16 years of research in the elucidation of mysteries and myths of absinthe. The preparation of the Jade Absinthe is really only possible because TA Breaux and his staff well-preserved bottles of the famous original Absinthe 19th Century and have analyzed. Through the ongoing efforts of T.A. Breaux and his staff will remain Jade Absinthe established as a mark of uncompromising craftsmanship, and a foundation for authenticity and quality. Jade absinthe is produced in the small French town Combier. This distillery has Combier 1901 after a large fire in the Pernold Fils Distillery, which was then a leader in the production of absinthe, which bought original internal ports used for Pernod Fils after this fire was completely renovated and modernized. These internal ports are from 1870. Jade absinthe is produced in the highest craftsmanship with the best raw materials. The connoisseur of absinthe is like Jade because Jade absinthe in it are often replicas of original absinthe, the turn of the century were famous. So you have the pleasure to experience absinthe from before. At Jade absinthe is only the best wine alcohol (eau de vie) used from a particular wine region in France. So you have here from the ground up to an ideal basis for the eventual end product. The difficult process of fine absinthe production requires a lot of knowledge, experience and attention to detail. The Absinthe of Jade is actually the original bottles to the century-known absinthe varieties derived stems not only from a fixed historic recipe, because the harvest of absinthe herbs indeed always turns out differently from year to year. Jade Absinthe to it, the results of a decade of analysis of historical absinthe dar. The distillation is carried out in 1150-liter copper stills after the water distillation method. Jade Absinthe are not adulterated with sugar or flavorings commercial, non-traditional herbs and chemical dyes. Jade absinthe is not sealed with screw caps after bottling, but corked. Then the cork covered with wax and the company seal is pressed. It is a label for the originality of the product.