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The ban on absinthe was lifted in the United States in 2007 after 92 years. This was achieved through the leadership of Yves Kübler, the 4th generation master distiller of his family’s brand. Kübler was the first brand on the US market to come from the birthplace of absinthe in the Val-de-Travers, Switzerland and has been in continuous distillation by the same family since its origin in 1863.
Its water source is Alpine Mountain Water from the Val-de-Travers, Switzerland. The same water is passed through a reverse osmosis unit for alcoholic reduction after distillation.
Ingredients include wormwood, anise, fennel, artemisia pontica, hyssop, lemon balm, star anise, coriander and mint.
All ingredients are sourced from local farmers in the Val-de-Travers except anise, star anise and fennel which do not grow naturally in the VDT and are sourced abroad.