Surge in Popularity Brings Taboo Absinthe to Central Canada

VERNON, BC, June 15 /CNW/ - A surge in Absinthe popularity has brought Taboo Absinthe to Ontario and Quebec liquor stores just in time for summer. Demand is expected to be high as Taboo Absinthe already has a loyal following across Canada.

Absinthe has been gaining in popularity in Canada due to changes in the law around the world and better local availability of premium Absinthe.

"It is an exciting time for Spirits in Canada - people are looking for new tastes and experimenting more", says Frank Dieter, Master Distiller and owner of artisanal distillery, Okanagan Spirits. "As Taboo Absinthe is made to a traditional European recipe, including the much scrutinized wormwood, we are meeting the needs of Canadians due to its intense flavour and versatility."

Okanagan Spirits has revived the traditional distillation methods undertaken in France before Absinthe was banned in many countries about a hundred years ago. Taboo is the only award-winning Absinthe made in Canada.

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For further information: For further information: Rodney Goodchild, (250) 549-3120

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