National Absinthe Day 2023: History, Activities, Date & How to celebrate
March 5th is National Absinthe Day, and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying a glass of this iconic green spirit? Absinthe has a long and storied history, dating back to the early 1800s. It was once banned in many countries due to its supposedly psychedelic effects, but today it is enjoyed by absinthes around the world. Whether you like it neat, with a splash of water, or in a classic cocktail like the Sazerac, make sure to raise a glass on March 5th!
Whether you’ve never tried absinthe before or you’re a seasoned veteran, National Absinthe Day on March 5th is the perfect opportunity to enjoy this unique spirit. First created in the early 19th century, absinthe has a long and storied history, and there’s no better way to celebrate it than by indulging in a glass or two. So grab your friends and head to your favorite spot for a toast to absinthe. Cheers!
National Absinthe Day History
March 5 is National Absinthe Day, and to celebrate, we’re taking a look at the history of this iconic spirit. Once banned in the United States for its allegedly hallucinogenic properties, absinthe is now back and better than ever. Whether you enjoy it neat or in a classic cocktail, make sure to raise a glass today and toast to one of the most unique spirits in the world. Slainte!
How to celebrate
What better way to celebrate than by enjoying a glass of the world’s favorite green spirit? Whether you’re an absinthe aficionado or new to the world of this unique liquor, here are some tips on how to make the most of your National Absinthe Day celebrations.
- Go to a cocktail bar
- Throw an absinthe party
- Make your own absinthe cocktail
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