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Absinthe from Spain

As early as the 19th century, Absinthe was a popular drink in Spain, probably due to Spain’s proximity to France and the common love for aniseed spirits. Many French absinthe manufacturers, such as Pernod, moved their production sites to Spain, where Absinthe was still allowed, after the First World War. However over the years, Absinthe was almost forgotten in Spain and many distilleries closed or stopped the production of absinthe. Absinthe remained a cheap and easily available spirit mostly produced by smaller local manufacturers, but unfortunately only rarely did the quality level reach previous standards. With the accession of Spain to the EU, the situation emerged that a common settlement had to be found. This finally led to the end of absinthe prohibition all over Europe after almost a century.

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