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  1. I don't like St. George. I'm not saying that it is bad. I'm only saying that I don't like it. I returned a bottle to Bevmo and brought home a Kübler in its place. I think Kübler is reasonably good and reasonably priced. But St. George has an overpowering bouquet, to me, of artificial cinnamon. It is very distracting, such that I can't enjoy it. Maybe it is good. But to me it is not absinthe. Maybe just a matter of expectation. It is like picking up orange juice thinking it is milk. Both are good. But it is jarring to get orange juice when you expect milk. Maybe if I were given it as a non absinthe beverage, I'd appreciate it for itself. But I doubt it. I would not recommend it to any person just discovering absinthe.
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