Absinthe is an anise-flavored spirit with a very high alcohol content, typically 45-74%. Absinthe was immensely popular in Europe, and is known best for its vibrant green color, and its supposed hallucinogenic properties. Absinthe was illegal in the United States for nearly 100 years, until 2007. It was the drink of choice for many famous artists and writers such as Pablo Picasso, Oscar Wilde, Ernest Hemingway, Vincent van Gogh, Lord Byron, Edgar Allen Poe and many others. Barcelona's Bar Marsella opened in 1820, and served absinthe to many of the city's famous residents, including Gaudí, van Gogh, Picasso, and Hemingway.
Absinthe's association with the bohemian lifestyle and with many legendary creatives inspired Barton Perreira's designer Patty Perreira to create their new absinthe color in both a shiny and a matte finish. Barton Perreira's classic Americana styles look incredible in this translucent green hue. Check out of few of the styles from Barton Perreira in this amazing absinthe color below.
Barton Perreira Coltrane Sun in Absinthe
Barton Perreira Blake (46) in Absinthe
Barton Perreira Redding in Matte Absinthe
Barton Perreira Huncke in Matte Absinthe