During the late 19th century Absinthe Fountains were extremely popular in high class bars and clubs due to their high cost. This is not always so not as these fountains are becoming more and more prevalent in today's bar scene and are now available at a more affordable cost. This particular absinthe fountain can accommodate up to 4 glasses at one time with its 4 plastic pour spouts. It features a 1.2 liter mouth-blown glass bowl and twisted glass footer. The fountain is very easy to use as well as clean and is sure to make the perfect centerpiece on table tops in any bar or restaurant for your absinthe drinking customers.
Simply place the absinthe spoon and sugar atop the glasses and the glasses beneath the pour spouts. Turn the spigot slowly and let the cold water flow over the sugar until it has completely dissolved into the absinthe. This action releases oils and perfumes the air with fennel, grand wormwood and anise. The combination of the sugar water and absinthe begins to turn milky white in color, as the water mixes with the anise. Refresh water before each use.