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Absinth Love 69


Average Score: 71
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 69 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz in Couvet, Switzerland. A label that leaves little to your imagination. Made to please the clubbing crowd and youth of Germany. Absinthe Absinth Love 69 at Absinthes.com

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Absinthe 55 du Val-de-travers


Average Score: 75
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %

Description: From DistAB in Couvet, Switzerland. http://www.distab.ch/

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Absinthe Blanche Neige

Absinthe Blanche Neige

Average Score: 90
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Blanche Neige is the name for a true, Swiss La Bleue from the Val-de-Travers, the birthplace of absinthe. This absinthe is distilled by Gaudentia Persoz. What makes Blanche Neige that extra bit different is a precious and priceless ingredient, Génépi.

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Absinthe CCC


Average Score: 51
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %

Description: A limited, experimental batch of an absinthe mainly based on the characteristic profile of wormwood.

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Absinthe Prométhée


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %

Description: According to Absinthe.se: The Absinthe Prométhée from the Matter-Luginbühl distillery in Kallnach, Switzerland is quite an interesting drink... It began with a guy starting as an apprentice at the distillery, Mike Schütz. He came up with a recipe of his own and distillery master Oliver Matter helped him realize the dream of making it.

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Absintissimo La Fée Verte

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Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %

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Angelique Verte Suisse

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Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to the manufacturer: Angélique is a genuine Verte Suisse absinthe, distilled using 12 plants, including angelica and grande wormwood from the Val-de-Travers. Steeping a mixture of aromatic plants in the distillate produces its natural colour.
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Blanche Traditionelle - Brut d'alambic


Average Score: 85
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 82 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: [From the manufacturer] Blanche Traditionelle presents extremely concentrated aromas from the variety of aromatic plants used including grand and petite wormwood, green anise, coriander, hyssop, génépi, camomile, fennel, veronica and angelica. It is remarkably intense in taste, yet retains the impression of sweetness and is only lightly bitter. It should be served mixed with a minimum of 4 parts ice-water and sugar can be added if you prefer, but always keep in mind that it is twice as strong as virtually any other commercial spirit.

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Brevans H.R. Giger


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe Classics

Description: According to Absinthe.de: Absinthe Brevans is named for Jacques de Brevans, author of the French liquor-maker's manual, "La Fabrication des Liqueurs". It is based from a recipe in this book dating from 1897. The base alcohol is a balanced mixture of wine alcohol and marc and the herbs used are sourced from the same region as those used by the most famous historical absinthe distillers. Absinthe Brevans is colored naturally, and only with additional plants. The result is a highly complex, authentically reproduced absinthe, worthy of the best makers of the past.

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Clandestine La Bleue


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Liqueurs de France: "Absinthe 'Clandestine' is an authentic La Bleue made in Couvet, Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, the birthplace of absinthe. Its creator Claude-Alain Bugnon was the first clandestine distiller granted legal status by the Swiss government in the spring of 2005. For years he had been responsible for a certain quantity of bootlegged absinthe that brought so much attention and status to this small region. His 'Clandestine' has been and is still considered by many to be the best Swiss La Bleue available today. After tasting several this year at the Boveresse Absinthe Festival, we had to agree and have made arrangements to make it available to our valued clientele. Fresh as an Alpine meadow with bright anise, wildflower and wormwood aromas, a touch of honey and a refreshing, long taste. This absinthe is left uncolored and clear (the bottle is blue) and will take on a milkly opalescence when cold water is added. It is said that Swiss "La Bleue" style absinthes got their name because blue reflections can sometimes be seen in the bright white cloudiness of the louche." Absinthe La Clandestine at Absinthes.com

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Clandestine Recette Marianne (Franco Suisse)

Average Score: 86
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the manufacturer: After conquering the Swiss market, Charlotte la Clandestine wanted to participate in the French Absinthiades in Pontarlier. In order to conform to the strict French laws a new product was conceived only ten days before the actual event. A new product, a new label and… a new medal. Marianne was awarded the Golden Spoon of 2005.
Marianne is of a sharper taste than the Clandestine; less smooth and rather piquant and spicy, with a mild bitterness. A perfect absinthe of 55% vol. with a long-lasting flavor.
Absinthe Clandestine Recette Marianne at Absinthes.com

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Dornier-Tuller Absinthe, circa 1910


Average Score: 92
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Country of Origin: France
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 68 %
Vendors: ♣ Oxygenee.com , ♣ Finest and Rarest

Description: According to Oxygenee.com: The Dornier-Tuller bottle is a major rarity, the only sealed bottle of this prestigious high quality Pontarlier marque I've ever seen.

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DuVallon


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe DuVallon is produced in Val-de-Travers, Switzerland and holds an abv of 53%. Official site: http://duvallon.over-blog.com/.
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Duplais Balance

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Average Score: 80
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 60 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From the manufacturer: Absinthe Duplais Balance is the third and last in the Duplais series. The basis is the same as the other Duplais (Verte and Blanche) a formula from the well known book of P.Duplais from the 19th century, which was slightly adjusted. Meaningless to mention that we use the same high quality herbs that we use for the other Duplais products.
Absinthe Duplais Balance at Absinthes.com

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Duplais Blanche


Average Score: 83
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: [From the manufacturer] Absinthe Duplais is produced with the typical Swiss precision and care. The base is a French receipt dating back to the 19th century. Absinthe Duplais is distilled on old stills, this way we can assure that the result is accurate and authentic. Herbs are maybe the most important factor when it comes to high quality Absinthe. Therefore we have selected the best possible quality to make Absinthe Duplais an adorable, excellent drink.
Absinthe Duplais Blanche at Absinthes.com

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Duplais Verte


Average Score: 81
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe Classics , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to http://www.absinthe.se : This absinthe (comes from) Absinthvertrieb.de. Not entirely surprising since much of this product is thanks to Markus Lion of Absinthvertrieb.de himself… In co-operation with the people at the Matter Luginbühl distillery (the people behind the Kallnacher Blanche) they manufacture this - the first commercial Swiss verte in a very long time. Absinthe Duplais Verte at Absinthes.com

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Elixier du Pays des Fées


Average Score: 65
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: A new distilled absinthe from the famous Val-deTravers. Pays de Fées is a nickname of the Val-deTravers. The Elixier du Pays de Fees is an La Bleue and for the distillation local grown wormwood is used.
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Kallnacher Absinthe


Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com : Kallnacher Absinth (using the local German-Swiss spelling) is made by a distillation of traditional plants, including locally grown wormwood, is finished at 55% alcohol and is left uncoloured in the style of Val-de-Travers 'la Bleue'. This is a classic clear Swiss absinthe with pure wormwood and anise to the fore. In a blind-tasting, it is impossible to distinguish from many of the previously clandestine 'la Bleue' absinthes. Absinthe Kallnacher at Absinthes.com

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Kallnacher Red Absinth


Average Score: 53
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 22 %
Vendors: ♣ Liqueurs de France , ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: The Kallnacher Red Absinth isn't really an absinthe, but rather a ready mixed absinthe-cocktail or cocktail base. It's a bitter much like Campari, mixed with Kallnacher Blanche. The base for the Kallnacher Red Absinth is the Martinazzi, a bitter produced by the Matter-Luginbühl distillery, Kallnach, Switzerland. Enjoy the Kallnacher Red Absinth either straight on the rocks or mixed with club soda or sparkling water. Note: The scores in the reviews are adjusted to match this not being an absinthe. The maximum score is lowered to 80 instead of 100.

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Kübler 45%


Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %

Description: This was the initial Kübler absinthe at a lower strength, today more or less replaced by the 57 and 53% versions. Further info (in French): http://www.absinthe.ch

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Kübler 53% - Veritable Fee Verte


Average Score: 75
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to http://www.absintheonline.com/: "Kübler Absinthe is the first Swiss absinthe to become commercially available and our customers are in for a real treat. Such was the reputation of its absinthes that during the 19th century ‘Swiss’ was adopted as an indication of the highest quality regardless of whether the absinthe was produced in Switzerland, France or elsewhere ... As with all of Liqueurs de France’s absinthes, Kübler is made in an alembic still following original techniques, using only natural plants, rather than extracts or oils. Kübler Absinthe is finished at 53% abv., in accordance with local traditions ..." Absinthe Kübler 53 at Absinthes.com

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Kübler 57%


Average Score: 67
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 57 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: The second absinthe to come out from Blackmint.

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La Capricieuse


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe-Suisse.com: For those with a passion for something stronger. This absinthe is based on the same recipe as La Clandestine Originale.
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La Clandestine Originale, Alcool du Vin


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Based on the same recipe as the original La Clandestine from the Artemisia distillery in Val-de-Travers, Switzerland, this has only been changed by using a wine base alcohol.
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La Fee Vallonne


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Distilled in Fleurier, Val-de-Travers by distiller Alain Rey.

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La Fée de la Rade

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Average Score: 61
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

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La Malicia Verte

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Average Score: 64
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Accdording to the manufacturer: This drink is home-made whit natural plants. For the drink to give all its flavour, you have to serve it very cold by doses of 3 oz adding 3 to 4 volumes of water.

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La Philosophe


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %

Description: Distilled in Couvet, Switzerland by Logis de La Fee Verte

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La Ptite Absinthe du Val-de-Travers


Average Score: 79
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz in Couvet, Switzerland.
From the back label: This quality absinthe was distilled by an artisan from plants from Val-de-Travers. It was created rigorously following a traditional 1898 recipe.
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La Valdetra Verte


Average Score: 59
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Distilled by Gaudentia Persoz, Val-de-Travers - Switzerland
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La Valote - Bovet


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Bovet at Absinthes.com

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La Valote - Fornoni


Average Score: 69
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Fornoni at Absinthes.com

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La Valote - Martin


Average Score: 78
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: One of the many clandestine distillers that got a legal license to distill absinthe once the ban was lifted in Switzerland. Absinthe La Valote Martin at Absinthes.com

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La Valote Francis Martin L'Originale 72%


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 72 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe-suisse.com: Francis Martin's new absinthe. Very much in his traditional style but with a higher alcohol content and a stronger taste for the "Originale". A very good absinthe from the Val-de-Travers region. The label design features a painting by Mucha, the well-known Czech artist.
Absinthe Francis Martin L'Originale at Absinthes.com

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La Valote Tradition


Average Score: 69
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Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

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La Valote-Martin Etre sur Soleur

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Average Score: 64
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 55 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

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La Veuve Verte, DuVallon


Average Score: 62
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: From Val-de-Travers in Switzerland where we're used to find La Bleues comes this verte. Made by DuVallon, known for their rather fine La Bleue. Absinthe La Veuve Verte DuVallon at Absinthes.com

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Mansinthe


Average Score: 73
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 66 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: According to Absinthe.de: “Two years after the initial idea to do develop an absinthe together with Marilyn Manson, it was finished”, Markus Lion looks back. “Manson was intensely involved in the development, constantly tasting the samples, giving his opinion and providing suggestions for changes. When he was completely satisfied with a prototype, the final implementation was swift.” The artist, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, presented his “Mansinthe” at the private viewing of his exhibition in Galerie Schenk in Cologne, on 27th June 2007.
Absinthe Mansinthe at Absinthes.com

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Marco Previtali


Average Score: 63
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 53 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthes.com

Description: Absinthe Marco Previtali at Absinthes.com

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Swiss La Bleue, circa 2001 - pre-legalisation


Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 54 %

Description: Prior to re-legalisation in Switzerland there was a lot of clandestine distillers operating. Some of their products made it outside of the Val-de-Travers and were famous for their good taste and high quality.

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Twin Tec Absinthe Biker Medicine


Average Score: 84
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 65 %
Vendors: ♣ Absinthe.de

Description: Distilled by Matter-Luginbühl, Kallnach, Switzerland

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Weinachts Absinthe 2006


Average Score: 82
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 58 %

Description: Limited edition christmas absinthe from Lion/Matter-Luginbühl.

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Z'Graggen Absinth


Average Score: 61
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Country of Origin: Switzerland
Type: Distilled
Alcohol Level: 45 %

Description: According to http://www.absinthe.se :"Yet another absinthe pop out of Switzerland… Unfortunately not all are good. This one is not. … this bottle (came from) Andy at Absint24.net."

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Zürcher Fee

Average Score: 76
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Alcohol Level: 53 %

Description: Distilled by the Brennerei Hans Erismann distillery in Eschenmosen, Switzerland.

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