Absinthia's Bottled Spirits Story
• West Coast Ingredients.
• Certified Organic.
• 100% Woman Owned & Produced
• Winner of six awards in the first 12 months, including three gold medals and a 94 out of 100 rating
Absinthia is a special company making a difference in the industry and poised for more success! We are 100% woman owned, and our absinthe is award-winning, organic, and woman produced. Our revenue and customer base have continued to grow since we began sales in 2017, providing a strong foundation for continued success.
Investments will help Absinthia achieve that success more quickly, and investors will be able to share in the rewards.
When we reach our minimum $10,000 goal, we can hire a food & beverage specialist PR firm for three months.
When we reach our $50,000 goal, we can travel to trade shows and hire a food & beverage specialist PR firm for six months.
When we reach our $100,000 goal, we can hire sales people in two different markets, travel to trade shows, and hire a food & beverage specialist PR firm for one year.
When we reach our $500,000 goal, we can hire sales people in five different markets, travel to trade shows, and initiate a full PR campaign with a food & beverage specialist PR firm.
Here is what industry experts and customers have to say:
—Peter Mustacich, owner Alchemy Bottle Shop, Oakland, CA
—Justin Sheffey, Bergerac
—Don M, Google employee and friend
J. Absinthia Vermut
Founder, Absinthia's Bottled Spirits
Gena Nonini, owner of Marian Farms Biodynamic, is a farmer and distiller.
Emily Wilson, MBA, has 25 years experience working in financial management and financial systems development for new or restructured businesses. She specializes in non-profits and women-owned businesses.
Wing Woman to the Green Fairy
Absinthia's Wing Woman, Jessie specializing in Executive Administrative Support and Special Events Magic.
Jared is an award winning mixologist in Oakland, California and a CoFounder of Nickel Dime Cocktail Syrups.
Jenny has over two decades of experience as an attorney and advisor for mission-driven enterprises.
She is the author of Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business without Selling Your Soul (Berrett-Koehler, October 2017).
Jenny earned her J.D. from Yale Law School and a masters degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of California at Berkeley.