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  1. Our Absinthe Herb farm is finally established here in Colorado and this year we had an excess that I would be willing to sell. According to our partner in the farm, who happens to be a phd. plant biologist, the mile high elevation and dry climate forces the herbs to produce more aromatics. Whatever the case, these herbs are meticulously grown and taste and look SPECTACULAR! Our Grande Wormwood plot was established 6 years ago and I could spare about 100lbs (stripped weight) annually. This Grande Wormwood is super aromatic and almost sweet- not the bitter harsh stuff you sometimes get from France (sorry France, blame it on climate change). Our Lemon balm has come in strong too, I have a few lbs to spare and I will have excess next year. If you are sick of the typical minced brown lemon balm you get from bulk suppliers you will be blown away by this vivid green full leaf herb the way it was meant to be harvested. Petite and hyssop are taking a little longer to get established but as long as they keep doing well I should have excess of those by harvest season. These herbs have all been grown organically (we just don't have the cert yet). Private message me if you are interested- I feel bad stock piling all these amazing herbs!
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    Wholesale Herbs Namely for Absinthe

    Our Absinthe Herb farms are finally established here in Colorado and this year we had an excess that I would be willing to sell. My Grande Wormwood plot has been established for a few years and I could spare 100lbs (stripped weight) annually. Our Lemon balm has come in strong too and I will have excess next year. Petite and hyssop are taking a little longer to get established but as long as they keep doing well I should have excess of those by harvest season. These herbs have all grown organically (we just don't have the cert yet). The mile high elevation and dry climate seems to produce a very aromatic herb- the Grande Wormwood is almost sweet- not the bitter harsh stuff you get from France. Lemon balm and hyssop are out of this world - easy to dry and maintain color in this dry climate. Private message me if you are interested- I feel bad stock piling all these amazing herbs!
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    Swiss IGP for exclusive use of the word "Absinthe"

    Its completely absurd that this is even a threat. Why its even legal to reserve words for certain regions after well over 100 years of free use is beyond my understanding, it seems crooked on all levels. I would love to fight this, as should anyone interested in producing Absinthe outside of Switzerland. As a new business owner 1000 EU is not something I can easily part with though. I imagine most readers stopped reading when they got to the please send $1000 euro part... Is there anything else those of us that are interested can do rather than throw money at this problem? A viral video perhaps asking for more reasonable donations? Google translation (with a little fixing up):
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