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Marilyn Manson: Modern Absinthe Lover

-- By  Paul in  MN on Sat, 23 Jun 2007 at 23:44.

According to a recent article in SPIN magazine, the goth rocker Marilyn Manson loves absinthe. He was interviewed by writer Jonathan Ames, and during the course of the interview, the two men enjoyed multiple glasses of absinthe. The beginning of the article can be read at http://www.spin.com/features/magazine/covers/2007/05/0706_manson/

Although the entire article isn't available online, fishbowlNY has a summary of the main points covered throughout the interview. This summary can be found at http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowlny/magazines/jonathan_ames_drinks_absinthe_does_coke_with_marilyn_manson_60343.asp

In relation to this web site, the most interesting point of the summary is that a German distillery is developing a Manson-branded absinthe. This new absinthe is expected to be called none other than Mansinthe.

It will be interesting to see if this new absinthe ever comes into existence, and if so, how well will it be received by absinthe lovers around the world?

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