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Vintage Pastis 51/Pernod 45 Carafe

Vintage Pastis 51/Pernod 45 Carafe



First produced in 1938 in the south of France, Pernod was created when the ban on anise-based aperitifs was lifted in France. It followed a change in French laws which allowed an alcohol content of 45% - thus the name Pernod 45. Taking the name Pastis 51 in 1954, it quickly became the legendary liquor company's leading brand and spirit, currently ranked as the no. 3 spirit in France. 

From France, a wonderful glass Pernod Carafe produced exclusively for use in cafés & bistros.  A unique carafe with classic art deco lines, one side is decorated with the name Pernod 45 and the other side Pastis 51 - both iconic pastis brands produced by Pernod.  This wonderful glass carafe is in very good vintage condition and perfectly captures the je ne sais quoi French bistro style.

6" x 6 1/2" spout to handle.

Learn More about Pastis

Pastis, the anise-flavored alcohol-based aperitif is synonymous with the south of France. Flavored with star anise, green anise, fennel, licorice roots and various other herbs (up to seventy total!), pastis was first produced in 1915 following the outlaw of absinthe. The drink was popularized and first marketed on a broad scale by Paul Ricard in Marseilles in 1932.

Pastis, much like absinthe, has a number of accoutrements and rituals associated with it. Alongside the glass of pastis, water is typically served in glass or ceramic carafes labeled with the pastis manufacturer's name and logo.

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