The Walton Waters is a traditional distilled absinthe inspired by the famed 19th century marcs that made absinthe famous. WW is referred to as a more masculine and traditional absinthe that the Meadow of Love. The core six herbs are grand wormwood, anise, fennel, roman wormwood, hyssop, and lemon balm in different proportions than the Meadow of Love. The seventh herb is lemon thyme.
Ranked among the best absinthes available in the US by users of the Wormwood Society (4.5 out of 5 stars). Colored totally naturally without stabilizers or chlorophyll added, the color will change when exposed to light. No artificial colors.
The anise is sourced from Turkey; the fennel is florence fennel from Italy. The other herbs are sourced from herbalists in New York (usually) or Virginia (sometimes) that specialize the herbs for absinthe production. I know these folks personally.
Absinthe is a concentrate, and must be diluted with approximately 3 to 5 parts cold water for consumption.