liqueur

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Cooking fennel mellows it, so if you want to restore some of its anise intensity, try adding fennel seeds or anise-flavored liqueurs and spirits, such as Pernod, ouzo, anisette or sambuca.
Rather than use the Pernod that's usually included in oysters Rockefeller, Landau uses aguardiente, a Columbian, anise-flavored liqueur made from sugar cane.
All that for an emerald-green anise-flavored liqueur distilled with oil of wormwood (with an alcohol level up to 75% by volume).
Greek meze consists of hundreds of dishes based on seafood, vegetables, and pastry, and traditionally, they are for accompanying the local quaff, typically either wine; ouzo, a popular anise-flavored liqueur: or retsina, the singular national drink that is very definitely an acquired taste.
They include crabcakes with Champagne reduction sauce for a French twist and escargot with a shallot-parsely garlic butter, a touch of the anise-flavored liqueur Pernod and topped with a puff pastry dome.