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NEW ORLEANS HOLDS a strong connection to absinthe. Given the city’s French background and bohemian atmosphere, absinthe garnered quite a bit of popularity in the Crescent City, and locals’ love for the potent, anise-flavored spirit has not waned.

Absinthe is distilled with various herbs, including anise, fennel, and , commonly known as grand wormwood. The chlorophyll from the herbs gives absinthe its signature green

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