I wanted to share with my social media friends a special campaign to help my close friend and colleague from business school, Jennifer Baum, get her product off the ground.
What is her product you ask. Absinthe. Yes, Absinthe. "A famous spirit in the French Romantic Period of the late 19th and early 20th centuries." A beverage once banned but later repealed as late as 1990s. Contrary to popular belief, it is a refined alcohol meant to be sipped with water and sugar, in elegant stemware while attending a lovely art opening or cocktail party.
Below I present Jennifer Baum's Campaign, please help support this unique product. It has quite a fascinating history.
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Ten days left to our
Indiegogo Crowdfunding Campaign!
With ten days to go, we have nearly 50 backers to our project! If you haven't visited the site yet, please do so by Friday, August 23, 2013. Your support will help us:
- Obtain our wholesalers license
- Get our organic certification
- Create our master recipe for batch consistency when we distill
- And produce our first batch by year's end, which you can receive as a perk!!!
seen to the left, hand signed and numbered first batch bottles of our certified organic, artisanal absinthe, parties, distillery visits, and even a special edition label with your name on it!
You can learn more about us by reading our PRESS RELEASE.
I would love you to join those that have backed our project, and I would be very grateful if you would be so kind as to forward it on to anyone you think may be interested - a friend or family member who loves artisanal cocktails, or perhaps a restaurant or bar owner or manager who would want to know about a new, organic, local, artisanal absinthe.
Please remember our deadline! The campaign ends .
Help us bring this organic spirit to life!
Absinthia (Jennifer Vermut Baum) & Emily Wilson
Absinthia's Bottled Spirits, LLC