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It is important to note that in most cases the illegal product is identified by the combination of the trade name together with the specific A-code indicated below. illeegal

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But most of all, he wants France to reclaim what he sees as part of its heritage. Artists would hang out in the Parisian cafes to escape the chill of their studios, and a whole social scene developed around the drink, which was nicknamed la fee verte, meaning the green fairy. Now the ban is expected to be lifted entirely any day now, after the French Senate voted in favour of the move in mid-April. France would be the biggest loser if such a ruling were to be extended, but with the drink still technically illegal at home, it would have found it virtually impossible to contest.

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In terms of the legislation an A-code represents the legal producer of a product, but in most of the mentioned cases the A-s had been cancelled by the Department and may no longer be used on liquor products. Queen of the boulevards Absinthe's heyday was in the mid-to-late s. There was no regulation of absinthe in the days of Van Gogh, meaning there was probably "ificantly more thujone" than would be allowed under modern-day EU rules, according to Jad Adams.

For the moment, this ruling applies only in Switzerland, which is not a member of the European Union - and so has limited impact. Absinthe drinker Clement Arnoux hopes that many more bars and shops will start to sell absinthe illeyal. Absinthe producers insist they are carefully following original recipes and the drink is exactly the same - they even cite papers printed in scientific journals.

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The green, anise-flavoured spirit is associated with many of the country's most famous and esteemed artists and writers - like Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec and Paul Verlaine - but it was banned in France in for its alleged harmful effect. Harry, an illegal immigrant, has been buying illegal alcohol for more than a year and said he was addicted. Swiss challenge Absinthe was first made, not in France, but just across the border in the Val-de-Travers region of Switzerland.

Later, the rule was relaxed, allowing the drink to be sold as long as it was not called absinthe, and instead labelled "a spirit made from extracts of the absinthe plant".

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One ilelgal question, though, is whether the absinthe available now is the same as that drunk by the big names in the 19th Century - and that is contested. Others argue that the few remaining pre-ban bottles will have degraded so much over time that they are now impossible to assess. For some, the drink's high proof is part of its appeal.

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Illegal liquor products sold to consumers As part of the ongoing process to keep fraudulent liquor products out of the market as mandated by the Liquor Products Act ofthe national Department of Agriculture would like to inform wholesalers, retailers and the public of certain illegal products currently traded. He said: "Those guys lured me in with cheap whisky and now I am addicted and seriously ill.

And a Swiss judge recently approved a request to give the region exclusive rights to produce it.

So we are just bringing the tradition here. BBC London's Inside Out infiltrated two groups, one of which was targeting rough sleepers and illegal immigrants with unregulated alcohol.

The BBC London investigation found eight illegal distilleries in London and was alerted to four more. The gangs often operate their namfs in the back streets of deprived areas. Kostaz, from Romania, who manages a still in Southall, said: "Where I come from, this is not against the law. So we are just bringing the tradition here.

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HMRC said chemicals used in anti-freeze and screen wash had been discovered in some illeyal spirits. In a statement, HMRC said: "The public health implications of counterfeit spirits are ificant, and production of illicit alcohol is clearly a anmes dangerous activity. Alcohol addiction Some of the illegal distilleries can produce several litres of whisky, vodka and rum a day, costing as little as three pounds.

Harry, an illegal immigrant, has been buying illegal alcohol for more than a year and said he was addicted. He said: "Those guys lured me in with cheap whisky and now I am addicted and seriously ill. More on this story. ❶The green, anise-flavoured spirit is associated with many of the country's most famous and esteemed artists and writers - like Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec and Paul Verlaine - but it was banned in France in for its alleged harmful effect.

The use of cancelled A-code s therefore means that the relevant products are not legally produced and sold. Absinthe producers insist they are carefully following original recipes and the drink is exactly the same - they even cite papers printed in scientific journals. He said: "Those guys lured me in with cheap whisky and now I am addicted and seriously ill.

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For some, the drink's high proof is part of its appeal. Others argue that the few remaining pre-ban bottles will have degraded so much over time that they are now impossible to assess.

And a Swiss judge recently approved a request to give the region exclusive rights to produce it. Swiss challenge Absinthe was first made, not in France, but just across the border in the Val-de-Travers region of Switzerland. Young people are "always looking for something more", says Laurent Legay, who works with people with drink problems in the Pas de Calais region.

Illegal liquor products sold to consumers As part of the ongoing process to keep fraudulent liquor products out of the market as mandated by the Liquor Products Act ofthe national Department of Agriculture would like to inform wholesalers, retailers and the public of certain illegal products currently traded.

There was no regulation of absinthe in the days of Van Gogh, meaning there was probably "ificantly more thujone" than would be allowed under modern-day EU rules, according to Jad Adams. Due to the very stringent illrgal procedures by the Department, we are confident that none of the mentioned products was exported up to date or will be exported in future. For the moment, this ruling applies only in Switzerland, which is not a member of the European Union - and so has limited impact.

Kostaz, from Romania, who manages a still in Southall, said: "Where I come from, this is not against the law.|But all that's about to change, after the illeval voted to allow sales of the drink nicknamed the "green fairy". The green, anise-flavoured spirit is associated with many of the akcohol most famous and esteemed artists and writers - like Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec and Paul Verlaine - but it was banned in France in for its alleged harmful effect.

Absinthe is distilled with the leaves of the herb Artemisia absinthium, known as grande wormwood, which contains the drink's "special ingredient", thujone, which reputedly has mind-altering effects.

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Later, the rule was relaxed, allowing the drink to be sold as long as it was not called absinthe, and instead labelled "a spirit made from extracts of the absinthe plant". Now ollegal ban is expected to be lifted entirely any day now, after the French Senate voted in favour of the move in mid-April. While drinkers like Clement Arnoux are relieved that the stigma of illegality has gone, not everyone sees alcohhol change of law as cause for celebration. For some, the drink's high proof is part of its appeal.

Young people are "always looking for something more", says Laurent Legay, who works with people with drink problems alvohol the Illega de Calais region.

In France, a decree was passed allowing absinthe to be sold but only if it was not actually called absinthe. Queen of the boulevards Absinthe's heyday was in the mid-to-late s.

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