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Absinthe Fountain - 4 Spout

In the late 19th century, Absinthe Fountains were most commonly found in high-end bars because of their high expense. They would be brought to the customers table, where he or she would prepare the absinthe themselves. Absinthe Fountains were (and still are) the preferred way to prepare absinthe.

This particular 4 spout fountain is an exact replica of a late 19th century Belle Epoque model. The removable top portion features the classic “acorn” style while the glass bowl, which holds the ice water, is mouth blown. By slightly turning the spigot, ice cold water is slowly dripped over your sugar cube and into your absinthe glass.
  • Fountain will accommodate 1 to 4 people at one time
  • Hand-made design
  • Stands 20.75 inches tall (with lid)
  • Metallic plating over heavy brass
  • Bowl holds approx. 9 cups (2.1 liters) of water
  • Simple assembly required