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Ouzo is an anise-flavored liqueur that is widely consumed in Greece (in Russia we call it “Anisovka”). The origin of the name "ouzo" is disputed. According to anecdote, this designation came to stand for "superior quality", which the spirit distilled as ouzo was thought to possess.
Ouzo yeast is then usually mixed with 96 percent pure ethyl alcohol, and finally sugar may be added and the mix is diluted with water, usually around 40 percent ABV.
We have tasted Ouzo in the restaurant of the Inomaos Hotel. This bottle was empty after enjoyable supper! But you may see our Ouzo bottle being still half full on my photo!
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Price: less than US$10
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