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Dave Herlong shows us how to make this delicious drink with roots in Japan. Ah Senjo are the Japanese words for Green Fairy. 1 1/2 ounces of Le Tourment Vert absinthe1/2 ounce of yuzu juice1 1/2 ounces of simple syrup Strain into martini glass and garnish with lemon. This is a really unique drink with a delicate citrus flavor that is worth trying especially if you like something a bit exotic. About Dave Herlong. Dave is the mixologist at N9NE Restaurants and the Palms hotel in Las Vegas. He makes yummy delicious drinks. -------- Absintheology reminds you to drink responsibly so you can come back again and again, thus increasing our rankings in the search engines, drive up our value and potentially make us millionaires in the web 2.0 phenomenon. With that in mind... Don't drink and drive.
  • 29 Nov 2010
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Kryptonite is a nice switch from the popular Vodka Redbull drink. This drink is fast and easy to make, tastes better than Vodka Redbull and gives the added "kick" of absinthe. Offer this to your customers who ask for a Vodka Redbull and you will find them coming back for this over and over. Not only is it a fast and popular drink but it's also one of the most profitable drinks you can pour. Build in a highball glass. Fill glass with ice and add: 1/2 ounce Citron Apple Pucker 1 ounce Kübler absinthe Fill to top with Redbull
  • 31 Jul 2010
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Dave Herlong of N9NE Restaurant in Las Vegas demonstrates a new take on a familiar drink. This delicious beverage is basically a Mojito but with absinthe instead of rum: 4 to 5 sprigs of mint.3 lemon wedges1 1/2 ounces of Le Tourment Vert cocktail absinthe1 ounce of simple syrup1 ounce of club soda1 ounce of 7UP Begin by putting ice lemon wedges and mint sprigs into the shaker. Rather than muddling Dave shakes them. Add absinthe and simple syrup. Shake. Add soda and 7UP to a long glass and add the contents of the shaker. Garnish with mint sprigs. The Mojito (mo-HEE-toe) is one of Cubas oldest cocktails. Mojito comes from the African word mojo, which means to place a little spell. According to Bacardi the drink dates back to 1586, when Francis Drake and his pirates raided Havana. One of Drakes men invented a mojito like cocktail called El Draque made with a crude rum, sugar, lime and mint. The El Draque was consumed for "medicinal purposes". Around the mid-1800s, the recipe was altered and gained in popularity as the original Bacardi Company was established. Other accounts claim the Mojito was invented by slaves working in Cuban sugar cane fields in the late 1800s. ______________ Drink responsibly. Absinthe was banned in large part because of the rise in alcoholism in the general population of the western world in the late nineteenth century. Don't let history repeat itself.
  • 11 Apr 2010
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*******absintheology**** Mixologist Dave Herlong created this drink especially for Hugh Hefner's 80th birthday party. This drink is served table side and is perfect as a setup of drinks for elegant parties. 1 ounce Limoncello 1 lemon wedge Cotton candy 1 small bottle of Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1 bottle of San Pellegrino Limonata Pour 1 ounce Limoncello into glass Add lemon wedge Add ice Place cotton candy on the top to create the "Bunny Tail" Serve to guests or pre-set on tables with 1 Small bottle of Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1 bottle of San Pellegrino Limonata Guests add the absinthe and Limonata themselves for a fun interactive drink experience. Absintheology would like to remind you to drink responsibly. Remember, it is hard to enjoy reading a Playboy Magazine if both your arms are in a cast because of a drunk driving accident.
  • 14 Jan 2010
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A very bouncy happy Hoola Hoop act from the late '80's
  • 1 Aug 2009
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One nutty dude and his lovely assistant shoot arrows at each other for your entertainment
  • 31 Jul 2009
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Out takes from Juggler****/video with Tim Kelly and the music of Black Sabbath
  • 31 Jul 2009
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*******RootBerry**** *******Juggler**** Bill Berry at 6 Flags working the bean bags and some clubs. Cameo by Jonathan Root.
  • 30 Jul 2009
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  • 29 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Gargoyle is basically a Lemon Drop made with absinthe. This can be the base for a variety of fantastic and very popular drinks. To this base you can add just about any fresh fruit or berries, flavored spirits, or fruit or berry flavorings. 1 ounce Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1/2 ounce sweet and sour 1 ounce simple syrup 2 lemon wedges Mix with ice in a cocktail shaker and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with lemon, fruit, or an umbrella and monkey. Drink responsibly. This drink is so smooth and so delicious that it is easy to be seduced by it's intoxicating deliciousness. Le Tourment Vert absinthe is one hundred proof. It has the lowest alcohol content of any brand on the market today yet it is still twenty five percent stronger than most of the vodkas that people are used to drinking. That's a big difference. Be mindful and whatever else happens, don't drink and drive.
  • 23 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The French Margarita is a margarita but with absinthe instead of tequila. Fill a highball glass with ice then add: 1.5 ounces Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1.5 ounces Quantro Splash orange juice Splash lime juice Fill with sweet and sour mix Pour into a cocktail shaker and mix then back into the glass again. Float St. Germaine elder flower syrup Garnish with a lime. Drink responsibly. Being French mauvais. Drinking fancy French drinks c'est magnifique. Ne pas boire et conduire.
  • 23 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology****/ OK. This is the coolest thing in the world of absinthe, or cocktails in general for that matter. You are going to need 1 Gelatin Sheet for every ounce of liquid (here is a link for gelatin sheets online, gelatininnovations****) 1 quart of Canola Oil (a half gallon if you are going to make a lot) One squeeze bottle Your favorite brand of absinthe or your favorite absinthe cocktail Begin by chilling the Canola Oil in the freezer. Don't let it get hard but very very cold. Now mix up your favorite cocktail without ice (the Gargoyle is great for this). Add one gelatin sheet for every ounce of liquid and shake it up - still without ice. Pour into squeeze bottle. Place this into the refrigerator until the mixture obtains a medium viscosity. Don't let it get so solid that it won't flow. Once you have all of this the process is simple but tedious. Use the squeeze bottle to make small drops into the Canola Oil. Each drop will form a piece of caviar. Then strain and rinse in very cold water. Dry with a towel and store in the refrigerator. You can drop these in sparkling wine. They will float up and down like a lava lamp. Put them on pastries or use in your favorite drinks as a garnish. You don't have to mix a cocktail to make these. You can use straight absinthe. Keep in mind that brands with more alcohol may need a bit more gelatin. Experiment and let us know what you come up with. For you foodies out there this is something you may recognize as part of the "Molecular Gastronomy" movement which is becoming very popular in a lot of the top restaurants. In fact some mixologists are beginning to use the term "Molecular Mixology". Mostly this is a bit pretentious and a lot of bandwagon jumping but sometimes it's for real. This is more than just a buzzword or a marketing gimmick (although it is partly that too). It's been called "The science of deliciousness" and it is absolutely fascinating if you are into experimenting in the kitchen, or behind the bar. Basically molecular gastronomy focuses on the science of food and how it effects the senses. Food scientists have been experimenting for years but a few new books have sparked some interesting new trends in food and drink. Here is a website that does a good job of describing molecular gastronomy: khymos**** Here is a link there lists many of the books on the subject: blog.khymos****/book-listings/molecular-gastronomy Drink responsibly. These are basically tiny jelly shooters. They taste great and people can easily forget that they contain alcohol. Spend a night sampling too many delicious variations of these tiny bits of delicious booze and you will spend the rest of night laying in a puddle of jelly vomit while your friends tease you for being drunk on candy. Seriously, mix it up too much and it will look like Walt Disney threw up.
  • 23 Jul 2009
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The Green Tier is a nice switch on the Vodka Tonic with absinthe and a bit of cranberry added. This is a simple drink that is refreshing and quick to make. In a highball glass build over ice: 1/2 ounces of Lucid absinthe 2 ounces of cranberry juice Top with 7UP Garnish with lime
  • 22 Jul 2009
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The Green Dragon is a versatile drink that can be poured as a shot, martini, or over ice as a long drink. It's refreshing and sweet so it's a great drink for ladies nights and for a broad customer base. 1 ounce Le Tourment Vert cocktail absinthe 1 splash orange juice 1 splash Midori 1 splash Cuantro 1 splash pineapple juice 1 ounce Redbull For a Green Dragon Martini Mix the ingredients above (except the Redbull) in a shaker tin with ice. Pour into martini glass and float Redbull. For a Green Dragon Shot Mix the ingredients above (except the Redbull) in a shaker tin with ice. Pour into shot glass and float Redbull. For a Green Dragon long drink Mix the ingredients above (except the Redbull) in a shaker tin with ice. Pour into long glass over ice with Redbull.
  • 22 Jul 2009
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http;//absintheology**** Two lemon wedges (plus one to garnish with) Lemonade 7UP 1 Ounce Grande Absente Squeeze two lemon wedges into a mixing tin (drop the wedges in as well) Add ice Shaking these muddles them Add 1 ounce Grande Absente Add lemonade Shake Pour into tall glass with 7UP and garnish with lemon wedge Absintheology reminds you to drink responsibly. Drinks like the French Countryside Lemonade can be dangerous as they are refreshing and deceptively strong. You can easily drink a few of these to quench your thirst without realizing how potent they are. Next thing you know you are slow dancing with Euro-trash tennis pros while some Italian adult film director shoots video of you that will end up on some amateur adult video site. Actually that sounds like fun so it might not be a good example. Don't drink and drive... There, that's better.
  • 22 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Bloody Margot is really just a classic Bloody Mary with absinthe substituted for vodka. Squeeze then drop in a lemon and lime wedge Splash tabasco 2 ounces of absinthe (Dave uses Lucid here but experiment to find your favorite) Bloody mary mix Shake - just a little. Pour into tall glass and garnish with lemon Normally you shake vigorously to chill the drink and add some water , in this case the ice is going into the finished drink so chilling is less important. Too much shaking introduces bubbles and creates foam. Just shake enough to mix the ingredients. Absintheology would like to remind you to drink responsibly. Bloody Marries have traditionally been thought of as “remedy drinks” or “morning after drinks”. We just want to remind you that whether you are still drinking or drinking again breakfast booze is not your liver’s friend.
  • 22 Jul 2009
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One of Hemingway's favorite drinks was the Lime Daiquiri. The Green Daiquiri is a remix with absinthe instead of rum. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice add: 1 1/2 ounce Grande Absente Squeeze three or four lime wedges 1 1/2 ounce simple syrup Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with lime. Drink responsibly. Hemingway lived in a different time, ran with bulls, played with guns, and did all manner of dangerous and manly things. Ultimately though, he died a depressed alcoholic suicide. Alcoholism can lead to depression, mental illness, and liver failure. But than so can having children. Best to avoid both.
  • 22 Jul 2009
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*******Absintheology**** The Fuzzy Frenchman is a Fuzzy Navel with absinthe. Into a cocktail shaker with ice add: 1 1/2 ounce Grande Absente absinthe 1 1/2 ounce peach schnapps Pour into a highball and fill with orange juice. Drink responsibly. Candy is dandy, liquor is quicker, and absinthe is quicker still. Absinthe is also a potent drug which can slow the senses and impair judgment. Sometimes impaired judgment is a plus. If it wasn't for poor judgment half the marriages and most one night stands would not happen. But so would most of the car accidents in the world today.
  • 22 Jul 2009
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