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Kubler 53 Swiss Absinthe Superieure


 
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Absinthe was banned in the United States for nearly a century, and Kubler is the first genuine Swiss absinthe to be released in the U.S. market since. It comes from the Val-de-Travers where absinthe was invented in the late 19th century, and it is produced according to its original formula. Kubler 53 is distilled with herbs grown in the Val-de-Travers; Artemisia Absinthium--more commonly know as wormwood--is the primary ingredient in a formula that also includes coriander, mint, anise and fennel among other herbs and botanicals.

Product of Switzerland
Alcohol by Volume: 53%

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 20 Write a review.


  1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
Not worth it, not absinthe November 28, 2009
Reviewer: DrunkCherry from Drunk United States  
I've had many absinthes, this is not all that great. I's closer to sambuca or ouzo..it's just missing something that would qualify it as absinthe. It tastes ok, but for $25 you can get a bottle of ARAK that will put this to shame. don't waste your $$

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great Absinthe in price and taste. July 29, 2009
Reviewer: Sara from Oregon Coast  
This is a great value, being cheaper than the average priced Absinthe.  The taste is light and clean, not too strong in alcoholic content (only 53%) or in the Anise flavor compared to others.  Then again, it's nothing remarkable either.  I recommend this to those just starting to try Absinthe, as it's easy on the wallet and on the tongue!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Kubler 53 May 14, 2009
Reviewer: Chris Clady from Portland, OR United States  
Pleasant & clean.  No funkyness but does not come across as anything excepional.
I prefer green absinthe over whites, so I give this 3 stars.

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Very nice! A+ March 11, 2009
Reviewer: eric fox from pittsfield, MA United States  
I've tasted several brands and like this one very much.  Every time I try it I notice diffent notes with a clean aftertaste.  A slight mouth numbing effect aswell.  All of my friends who have sampled 53 like it aswell.  Worth it's price.

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Mixed emotions January 29, 2009
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
I give this product credit for being the first La Bleue on the U.S. market and for being so affordable.  Judging it for it's contents alone however... it's quite one dimensional, lacks depth and is overly sweet.  I give it a 3 instead of a 2 due to the price point alone.  I wish more distillers would follow suit and create an affordable product.

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