Is Absinthe sold in WA state liquor stores?
Yes absinthe is sold in Washington liquor stores. But the hallucinegenic
properties are not nearly as strong as the absinthe sold in Europe.
It depends on the liquor store, but frequently they open around 10 AM. State law was recently changed to allow them to stay open until 9 PM instead of 8 PM. (Stores may not sell liquor on Sundays, either, though bars and restaurants may. Alcohol intended for consumption on the premises, such as at a restaurant or bad, may not be sold before noon.)
Yes, some states put very little regulation on that. While some states like Oklahoma still have on there books old prohibition laws which limits the alcohol content in beer sold in grocery stores and convenience to 3.2% by weight/4% by volume. Beer above 3.2/4% has to be sold in liquor stores with other spirits.
U.S. Customs codes state "The importation of Absinthe and any other liquors or liqueurs that contain an excess of artemisia absinthium is prohibited." However, absinthe is now legally imported and being sold in the U.S. For many decades absinthe was illegal in the U.S and many other countries. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/12/05/MNQJTO9FM.DTL&tsp=1
Last call is at 4 AM. Bars and clubs cannot sell alcohol from 4 AM to 8 AM every day. Beer cannot be sold at supermarkets, convenience stores, delis or bodegas from 4 AM to noon on Sunday. Other than that, beer can be bought at any time. Liquor stores cannot open until 9 AM on weekdays, and must close by midnight. On Sundays, liquor stores cannot open until noon, and must close by 9…
Absinthe was banned in the US in 1912. According to US Customs today, "The importation of Absinthe and any other liquors or liqueurs that contain Artemisia absinthium is prohibited."  This runs contrary to FDA regulations which allows Artemisia species in food and drink as long as the finished product is thujone free. Foods or beverages that contain Artemisia species, white cedar, oak moss, tansy or Yarrow must be thujone free. Other herbs that contain…
To make chocolate you need cocoa butter (sold in health food stores), sugar, lecithin (a natural emulsifier - chocolate would be granular without this - also sold in healthfood stores), and cocoa liquor (cocoa beans that have been roasted, fermented and blended. Not necessarily a liquid. Not the same as cocoa powder). Some times milk powders and vanilla are added.
Jagermeister, a popular German drink loved by people worldwide, can be found at local liquor stores, select grocery stores and online. Merwin Liquors is one popular website to purchase Jagermeister from that also offers discounts on the popular German alcoholic beverage. However, if online shopping is not one's favorite option one's next best bet is to go to one's local liquor store, as Jagermeister is sold throughout the world.
It has been so for quite some time. I am not sure of the hours permitted. A liquor store by our house in Mason, OH opens at 2 p.m. on Sundays, but I believe the law is that it can be sold after 1 p.m. This would model the ridiculous law that you can't buy wine before 1 p.m. on Sundays, though you can buy beer. However, all the liquor stores close by 6 p.m…
The WPAFB "class six", along with any "class six" at any AF base, is a liquor store. It is generally cheaper than off base liquors stores by a couple of dollars. This is because certain taxes are not required to be paid. In addition, since it is a federal sale and not a state sale, they can carry certain alcohols whose sales are outlawed by state laws(ie. everclear, yuengling, ...; in Ohio)
Excluding restaurants, different countries (and even different states, provinces or regions within these countries) have different laws pertaining to who can sell liquor. As I live in Montreal in the province of Quebec in Canada, I can only reply to your question based on Quebec regulations. Quebec is one of ten Canadian provices and liquor distribution falls under its juisdiction. 1. The Quebec Liquor Board (Government controlled & operated) has retail outlets throughout the entire…
I bought it in Montgomery Alabama when I lived there. The state store ordered it for me. Licor 43 is a Spanish vanilla Liquor. It is fabulous. You can sip it or combine it with other ingredients to make very special drinks. I use it for my key lime pie shooters. No other Vanilla liquor tastes as good.