Blackmint Mint syrup without alcohol

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Rue du Creux-aux-Loups 2
Val-de-Travers, Neuchâtel
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    Since 1935, we have been producing BLACKMINT mint syrup according to the same recipe while scrupulously respecting the different stages of its manufacturing, making this product unique and inimitable. First of all, we pay all the necessary attention to the development of the peppermint plant produced in Val-de-Travers. Harvested during the month of September to extract the essential oil by distillation, it is then mixed with a base of water and pure sugar to make an alcohol-free syrup. After an interruption in its manufacturing for around ten years, in order to meet the demand of many customers we decided in 2017 to resume its manufacturing, taking advantage at the same time to relock its packaging.
    Ingredients: Sugar, essential oils of peppermint 36%, acidifier: citric acid, colors E104 E131
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Absinthe Kübler
“Kübler Absinthe”, (commonly called: La Fée Verte or la Bleue) was distilled by the Kübler family since 1863 in Val-de-Travers (Neuchâtel-Switzerland), the historic cradle of this noble product. Prohibited since October 7, 1910, this mythical and divine beverage was reborn from its ashes after a decision by the Swiss parliament. It was in Môtiers, capital of 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 the Kübler brand, is the first to offer you this authentic product, in accordance 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 mixture of aromatic plants, Grande Absinthe, coming exclusively from the cultures of Val-de-Travers, and alcohol, which gives it a particular flavor.