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ouzo

a strong aniseed-flavoured spirit from Greece
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30-9pm Tuesday to Saturday Ouzo and Olives, 14 Hole In The Wall Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL5 1RF.
We dehydrate and macerate them in ouzo and use that as the base of the chocolate.
The villas, Ouzo, and Pianosa are just the beginning for Thunderbird Resorts and Casinos.
Marc and his wife, Jen, were forced to operate on Ouzo in the field when he was a young foal, because he had developed contracted tendons, a debilitating condition that can develop when a foal grows too fast.
It is also particularly healthy - even with that generous splash of ouzo that gives it such a distinctive aniseed flavour.
What is the common flavouring ingredient in spirits such as absinthe, ouzo and raki?
The highest peak of which mountain range is spirits such as absinthe, ouzo and raki?
2 million leva for misleading advertising of its Ouzaki Zorbas drink, which imitates the Greek ouzo drink.
The pair swig ouzo, dance with Britain's Got Talent finalists Stavros Flatley and talk Jordan.
In a disappointment for a first-time visitor, nobody would be drinking ouzo Saturday because state law limits the sale of hard drinks to two days at this sort of festival.
Ouzo ac Olewydd (Ouzo and Olive) is a Greek eaterie sandwiched between Stryd y Plas (Palace Street) and Stryd Twll yn y Wall (Hole in the Wall Street).
After downing a bottle of Ouzo, Lee Anderson, 25, armed himself with a Kukri knife, a weapon traditionally carried by Ghurka warriors.