A Lillet Reviver combines gin, Grand Marnier (or Coinreau or triple sec), Lillet blanc, lemon juice and absinthe (or Pastis) with a lemon (or orange) twist garnish. I got my recipe from David Lebovitz's Drinking French. Lebovitz admits the drink is also known as a Corpse Reviver No. 2 but he changed the name to emphasize the Lillet.
Fortunately, absinthe is no longer illegal in the United States, its long-rumored hallucinatory properties disproved. Even so, my wife has been skeptical as she is not a huge fan of anise flavoring. It's not my favorite either though I'm less reluctant to experiment with it. There's actually very little absinthe in the drink. You pour a half-teaspoon into the empty glass, swirl it around, then dump out the excess. There's just enough for a light scent and an even lighter flavor. In my wife's words, it's a good drink for the absinthe shy.
She also suggested The Absinthe Shy would be a fantastic band name.
Otherwise, the drink is intensely lemony. If I make it again, I might cut back a little on the lemon juice.