Absinthe Oliva was named after the art nouveau painter Viktor Oliva, who painted his most famous 1901 painting "The Absinthe Drinker" for the Cafe Slavia in Prague. Oliva Absinthe is a delicious, wonderful authentic Absinthe Supérieure, which guarantees quality. During the manufacture Oliva Absinthe goes through a 5 steps program including distillation during the 6 month maturity. Here are used in this absinthe 14 different herbs. Among others: Big wormwood, little wormwood, Ysoop, fennel, lemon balm, coriander and green anise. The result is a beautiful, light green coloured color, perfect Opalisation and a wonderful taste. It is bottled in a bottle, the band covers the whole bottle so that no light can destroy the natural color. Test Oliva Absinthe and you will be thrilled. Rediscovered the recipe for the Absinthe Oliva is over 100 years old. Viktor Oliva is a true artist of the Boheme. Born in Prague, he lived in the Montmartre in Paris. His love of absinthe followed him when he returned to Prague. The basic formula for the Oliva Absinthe was the favorite Absinthe of Viktor Oliva of this century. Oliva Absinthe should be diluted 1:3 to 1:5 with ice-cold water and a cube of sugar to be enjoyed.