Les fils d'Emile Pernot distillery was founded in 1890 and is located in Pontarlier, France, the birthplace of French absinthe. It was family run from father to son continuously up to 2005.
The distillery is located in the Loire Valley and is home to the Jade Liqueurs absinthes. The distillery uses two original copper alambics dating back to around 1870, that were purchased from the Pernod fils distillery after the French absinthe ban and are now employed to create the Jade absinthe reproductions.
Located in Fougerolles, North East France and close to Pontarlier, the distillery was founded in 1859 by Xavier Devoille, the father of Paul, and is considered one of the top 10 distilleries in France for fruit eau-de-vie. It was purchased in 1985 by René de Miscault and is now run by his son, Hugues. Producer of Enigma Blanche and Verte and the oak-finished Enigma Vert FDC.
Classic Swiss absinthes produced in Kallnach, located 50 kilometers from the Val-de-Travers, including LDF's exclusive still strength Blanche Traditionelle "Brut d'alambic" and Enigma Verte Suisse; medal winning Duplais and Duplais 'Balance'; Brevans Giger and A O Spare and Mansinthe, the official absinthe of Marilyn Manson.
Thames distillers is one of a select few distilleries operating in London's and is a bottler of premium gins, including Bacardi's Oxley cold-distilled ultra-premium gin - and now Nemesinthe absinthe!
This family run business was founded in 2000 by Marcela and Josef Zufanek along with their sons Martin, Josef and Jan. The company makes traditionally distilled absinthes, Mead-base, Justifee et Ancienne, St.Antoine, La Grenouille and L'Ancienne. Martin Zufanek bought his very first bottle of genuine absinthe from LDF in 2007 after which he decided to make his own in the Czech Republic!