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Kubler Absinthe 500 ml Kubler Absinthe 500 ml
Kubler Absinthe draws on a history rich in tradition. In 1863, the family business located in Val-de-Travers in the Neuchâtel Jura distilled its first absinthe. Yves Kubler, great-grandson of the founder of the Kübler distillery, resumed the production of absinthe on October 10, 2001, thus reawakening the spirit of this historic drink. Its sweetly pleasant aroma and delicate taste end with a persistent and robust aftertaste of absinthe. Kubler Absinthe reveals its unique taste and characteristic cloudiness when diluted with fresh water in a ratio of 1:3 to 1:5. For production, mainly herbs from Val de Travers are used – green anise, star anise, fennel, lemon balm, hyssop, coriander and more... The most important ingredient, however, is absinthe, once again grown in Val de Travers for two years. It can be said that this absinthe guarantees that the aroma of today's Kübler Absinthe corresponds to that known before the absinthe ban. MEDALS: Concours International de Lyon 2024 Gold Medal AMOUNT OF FLAVOUR:
  • ANISE : ★★★★☆
  • BITTERNESS : ★★☆☆
  • SWEETNESS : ★★★★☆
  • HERBACEOUS HINTS: ★★★☆☆
  • FLORAL HINTS: ★★★☆☆
  • COMPLEXITY' :★★★☆☆
Price 37,90 
Absinthe Kubler Verte Suisse Absinthe Kubler Verte Suisse
Absinthe Kubler verte suisse was born from a recipe created in 1875, Jacob Frédéric Kübler developed a new recipe for a completely natural Green Absinthe Extract, whose color remained more stable over time. Thus the Kübler Verte Suisse 72% vol was born! This absinthe, as well as its colorless version, obtained gold medals at the Swiss National Exhibition in Zurich in 1883. From the very beginning of the commercialization of absinthe, a slightly colored absinthe was preferred, using natural plant products (but sometimes also chemicals), compared to white and transparent absinthe. In his late 18th century account book, Abram-Louis Perrenoud (Couvet, Val de Travers, Switzerland) left the first written testimony on the coloring of absinthe, advising, to give "color" to 18 bottles of brandy, to add a handful of lesser wormwood and equally hyssop. AMOUNT OF FLAVOUR:
  • ANISE : ★★★★☆
  • BITTERNESS : ★★★☆
  • SWEETNESS : ★★★☆☆
  • HERBACEOUS HINTS: ★★★★☆
  • FLORAL HINTS: ★★☆☆☆
  • COMPLEXITY' :★★★☆☆
Price 54,50 
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