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  • One such drink, the famous French genepi, which is a type of schnapps made from aromatic alpine flowers of the Rhône-Alpes.

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  • Brewers Jean-Sebastien Bernier and Anne Marie Lachance balance the beer with local herbs such as gentiane, yarrow root and genepi.

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  • And Felton's culinary instincts are appealing, especially with special menus like the New Year's Eve Vieux Carré dinner that included ingredients of absinthe in every dish wormwood-smoked pork chop with genepi glace;

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  • As well as blending ingredients from the Swiss mountains including genepi, silver fir and absinth into the fragrance itself, the packaging incorporates two unique refill concepts.

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  • Claudin, the owner of La Farmette insisted that my teammates and myself try a sip of each flavor she had of genepi.

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  • Be careful drinking to much genepi, it's forty percent alcohol content takes effect quickly and the absent taste of alcohol can be misleading.

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