Les fils d’Emile Pernot distillery was founded in 1890 and is located in Pontarlier, France, the birthplace of French absinthe. It has been family run from father to son continuously up until 2005. In addition to their recently developed absinthes and their premium pastis, the classic Vieux Pontarlier distilled anise, the distillery produces a large range of local liqueurs and eaux de vie, including Wild Strawberry liqueur; ‘Pontiane’, a gentiane-root aperitif similar but superior to Suze and ‘Un Sapin’, a forest-scented pine-bud liqueur.
A new Absinthe from Emile Pernot – Absinthe Bourgeois. Its label represents the most popular absinthe poster of all times. Bourgeois used to be an absinthe brand during the Belle Epoque, where absinthe was consumed nearly everywhere, and the famous Pernod cat poster hung in nearly every restaurant or bistro in France. 55% ABV