A perennial fragrant European natural herb (Artemisia absinthium), naturalized in eastern the united states and achieving pinnatifid, silvery silky leaves and numerous nodding rose minds. Also known as common wormwood.
an eco-friendly liqueur having a bitter anise or licorice taste and a top liquor content, prepared from absinthe as well as other natural herbs, and from now on forbidden in a lot of countries because of its toxicity.
The common title of an extremely fragrant liqueur of an opaline-green color and bitter flavor; an abbreviation of extrait d'absinthe, extract of absinthium.
aromatic natural herb of temperate Eurasia and North Africa having a bitter style found in making the liqueur absinthe
strong green liqueur flavored with wormwood and anise