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An obscure anise-based liqueur, originally produced near the small town of Ojén, Spain, the spirit grew in popularity in New Orleans after its introduction by a liquor importer during the height of the tourist season in 1883. It was advertised as superior to absinthe and became the drink of choice with Mardi Gras krewes to celebrate carnival.
Cocktail Kits available for sale for curbside pickup. A portion of the sales benefiting the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation.
All guests must be 21 to participate. Approximately 45 minutes.
Standing proudly in a historic building at the corner of Canal and Magazine, steps away from the original 1850s Sazerac Coffeehouse, The Sazerac House is an immersive exploration of the spirited culture of New...