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Absinthe has been shown safe by the tests due to which it has been authorized in various countries. “Where is Absinthe legal” is answered in this article?” The current legislation is explained.

After diluting Absinthe with water a louche effect is visible.

Absinthe is a strong drink along with an anise flavor. Absinthe was a famous drink in La Belle Epoque period in French history and also in the Great Binge.

Absinthe was related with the drug cannabis because it contains thujone. One of the key ingredient of Absinthe is wormwood which gives Absinthe it’s name and it’s slight bitter taste. According to the people’s belief Absinthe contained high quantities of thujone and also caused psychedelic effects. According to the gas chromatography tests pre ban Absinthe only contained minute amounts of thujone.

Get the answer of the question where is Absinthe legal today?

Absinthe and thujone containing drinks were banned in the United States in 1912. It became a crime to buy or sell Absinthe in the USA although people managed to get Absinthe shipped in to the US from other countries for personal consumption.
The restrictions done on Absinthe was not proper in the US. According to the law beverages that are found to be “thujone free” after the tests are legal but according to the test equipment Absinthe which contains 10 parts per million or less of thujone is “thujone free”. According to this law lots of brands of today’s Absinthe are perfectly legal in the US. Lucid and many other brands became legalized in the United States during the year 2007.

Absinthe with a thujone content of 10mg/kg and bitters with up to 35mg/kg were given right in the EU. All the Absinthe lovers were glad to here this news in Europe.

Australia – Bitters with a thujone content of up to 35mg/kg are legal and other beverages can contain up to 10mg/kg.

The thujone content should be10mg/kg and avb not more than 55% in Absinthe in Brazil.

Canada – Each Canadian province has its own liquor board with its own legislation concerning Absinthe. Although there are several provinces that do not allow any thujone containing alcohol but Absinthe is legal in British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. One has right to sell Absinthe with up to 10mg/kg thujone in Quebec and Ontario.

The Czech Republic has always been popular for it’s Absinthe and it’s Absinthe bars. The Czech Republic had never unauthorized Absinthe.

Thujone beverages that abide with EU laws and also been labeled “spiritueux à base de plantes d’absinthe” but not Absinthe were allowed to be sold in France. Fenchone, the chemical found in fennel is also regulated in France and beverages are only allowed up to 5mg/liter of fenchone.

Hungary authorized Absinthe again in 2004.

 

Israel has given Absinthe the right for sale.

Ireland does not authorize the sale of Absinthe.

Absinthe should fulfill EU requirements in Netherlands.

New Zealand – Absinthe is legal in New Zealand.

Absinthe was never restricted in Portugal.

Absinthe with up to 75mg/kg thujone is also sold in Russia.

Serbia don’t give the right to sell Absinthe having thujone or above 50% abv.

South Africa has authorized Absinthe in the year 2005.

In Sweden the labeling of the Absinthe should be done according to wormwood content and must comply with EU legislation.

It has taken 90 years to authorized Absinthe in Switzerland.

UK – The UK never banned Absinthe. A person can get Absinthe which accord with EU legislation.

It is necessary to be attentive while ordering Absinthe online to get the real Absinthe. In order to experience the real taste of Absinthe, you need to find a good quality wormwood Absinthe or make your own using Absinthe essences from AbsintheKit.com. These are already distilled essences produced from traditional Absinthe herbs including wormwood. When you receive your essence, simply mix with vodka or Everclear – easy! Transportation of these essences can be done everywhere in the world?” As they are not Absinthe until prepared by a person. Go through the website for details.