What Is Ouzo Made of?


Ouzo is made of 96 % of alcohol volume and other flavourings such as coriander, cinnamon, cloves and star anise. Ouzo is a flavour of anise aperitif that is mainly eaten in Cyprus and Greece.
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Ouzo is a term that is used to refer to an anise flavoured aperitif that is mostly consumed in Greece in Cyprus and is also a symbol of Greek culture. The substance is said to have been a project of 14th century monks who lived in a monastery on Holy Mount Athos.
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The basic ingredients of ouzo are alcohol and anise, but depending on the recipe of the producer it may include lots of other spices and herbs.
Ouzo is made out of grapes!! Just like wine! ChaCha!!
Ouzo is a Greek liquor made from liquorice and aniseed mint, wintergreen, fennel and hazelnut. It has an ABV of 40per and if 80per proof.
Ouzo es una bebida que hace a Grecia famosa mundialmente. esta hecha de anís y es muy espesa. la bebes fría y tienes que ponerle agua o 2 o 3 cubos de hielo. no má
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