Versinthe resurrected the myth. Versinthe made the tradition of absinthe live once again by mixing the subtleties of 20 plants, combining four main aromatic principles:
Bitter herbs – absinthes, sagebrush, genepi and tarragon give Versinthe its finesse and bitterness.
The mild flavoured anises: anis, coriander, fennel and dill offset the bitterness of the absinthes.
The balsamic herbs: basil, rosemary and angelica enhance and give balance to the bitter and mild flavours.
Peppermint and verbena lend a fresh note. These contradictions give Versinthe its subtleties and complexity.
It is from this unequalled recipe that Versinthe acquires its finesse and complexity and has become the reference for absinthe in the nation of France, as in numerous world competitions.