News & Press
August 26, 2023 – The celebration of local wineries seeks to encourage people to visit local wineries and try different products made with ingredients sourced from within the state.
June 14, 2021 – While Maine isn’t really known for its wines, local producers are hoping to change that by introducing customers to some unique flavors.
Pecha Kucha Night at Colby College
July 9, 2015 – Bruce Olson of Tree Spirits discusses the return of the green fairy Absinthe at Colby College during Volume 17 of Waterville Maine Pecha Kucha. Entertaining as well as informative for you history buffs. Enjoy the full presentation and visit our Absinthe Verte product page for drink recipes!
Distilled to Perfection: Maine’s wineries & distilleries take craft production to award-winning heights
July 28, 2014 – The Sunrise Sunset discusses wineries and distilleries in Maine, including Tree Spirits, that are raising the bar by producing award winning products by and working with their neighbors. “Locals helping locals!” See how tree spirits and other companies are helping to create economic stability in Maine here!
May 14, 2014 -Tree Spirits unveils first Maine-made absinthe! Long a drink of mystery and legend, absinthe is now being produced in Maine. Its first public appearance was May 14 at The Big Easy, which hosts a weekly absinthe night in Bangor. A year long process that paid off. Get the full story by reading it on the Bangor Daily News!
May 02, 2014 – As many Distilleries and wineries in Maine look to make a impact in the market with their products Tree Spirits in Oakland is testing the market. With hopes that our apple-based liquor will make a splash when it’s released May 14 at Big Easy in Bangor. Learn how distilleries try to anticipate demand and how they plan on growing here!
August 12, 2013 – Before our absinthe can be sold, the alcohol and its proposed label had to be approved by the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, which holds absinthe to a higher standard than other drinks. Learn about the steps take it took to bring the “Green Fairy” back to life in Maine and why absinthe is held to such standards by reading the full article here!