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-- By Kristin in Ontario, CA, USA on Mon, 12 Nov 2007 at 06:52.
I see that Lucid is finally out...in NY and NJ only. Is there a way to get it to California? Are they any ways to get authentic absenthe like Kubler or Lucid in California?
And yes, Lucid is the real thing. It's the French kind so it is green and stored in a dark bottle so it doesn't get exposed to light and lighten to amber color. Kubler is the other one that I know is "real" and it's a blue Swiss kind. But I just don't know how to get it to CA!!!
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