1940’s Pernod Fils Extrait D’Absinthe 68 degrees 1940’s

Pernod Fils Extrait D'Absinthe Qualite Superieure estimated to be from the 1940's. 1 Litre. 68 degree proof. While there was a ban on the production of Absinthe, Pernod continued to produce it in Spain. This vintage Absinthe is shipped in a deluxe wooden presentation box with four wine accessories (corkscrew, wine pourer, drip stopper & wine thermometer) [worth £17.99] at no extra cost and now includes a free gift card with your personal message and tasting and storage notes.

Best Price: £449.77 from Vintage Wine Gifts

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