“Kübler Absinthe” , (commonly called: The Green Fairy or Blue) was distilled by the Kübler family since 1863 in the Val-de-Travers (Neuchâtel-Switzerland), birthplace of this noble product. Prohibited since October 7, 1910, this mythical and divine beverage is reborn from the ashes after a decision of the Swiss Parliament. It was in Môtiers, head of the Val-de-Travers (Neuchâtel-Switzerland), that the first official distillation of absinthe took place after more than 94 years of prohibition.
Today Yves Kübler great-grandson of the founder of Kübler brand is the first to offer you this authentic product, consistent with the original recipe and family tradition.
“Kübler Absinthe” is distilled in the purest traditions, its unique taste is obtained by the distillation of a subtle blend of aromatic plants, Grande Absinthe, exclusively from the cultures of Val-de-Travers, and alcohol, which gives it a special flavor.
From the beginning of the commercialization of absinthe, fashion was a slightly colored absinthe, using natural plant products (but sometimes chemical), rather than white, transparent absinthe.
In his late eighteenth century book of reason, Abram-Louis Perrenoud (Couvet, Val de Travers, Switzerland) leaves the first written record of the coloring of the product by advising, for the “color” of 18 pots of water- to add a handful of little wormwood and as much hyssop.
In 1875, Jacob Frédéric Kübler developed a new recipe for all-natural green absinthe extract, the color of which would remain more stable over time. Kübler Green Switzerland 72% vol. was born! This absinthe, like its colorless sister, won gold medals at the 1883 Swiss National Exhibition in Zurich.