La Fee Absinthe was created by Green Utopia, which is owned and run by George Rowley.
La Fee Absinthe Parisienne was first distilled in July 2000 in association with the Musée de l’Absinthe, Auvers-sur-Oise, France, and its founder and curator, Marie-Claude Delahaye. It was the first absinthe to be legally distilled and bottled in France since the 1915 ban. Since then, it has set about changing the public's perception of absinthe and introduce it to the modern audience. It is distilled in copper stills at the Cherry Rocher distillery in the Rhône-Alpes region of south-east France and contains nine different herbs and spices, including Artemisia absinthium (Grande Wormwood) and Artemisia pontica (Petite Wormwood)
La Fee distils a range of six different absinthes: Parisienne, a traditional French style Verte (coloured/green) absinthe; Blanche, a traditional Blanche (white/clear) style; Bohemian, a modern, Czech style absinth; La Fee XS Suisse and La Fee XS Francaise, which are two “extra supérieure,” wine-based absinthes; and La Fee NV, a lower strength absinthe for "modern drinking."