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Learn More about Pastis

Pastis, (from pastisser or ‘to mix’ in Provençal French) is an anise-flavored alcohol-based aperitif which is synonymous with the south of France. Flavored with star anise, green anise, fennel, licorice roots and various other herbs (up to seventy total!), pastis was first produced in 1915 following the outlaw of absinthe. The drink was popularized and first marketed on a broad scale by Paul Ricard in Marseilles in 1932.

Pastis, much like absinthe, has a number of accoutrements and rituals associated with it. Alongside the glass of pastis, water is typically served in glass or ceramic carafes labeled with the pastis manufacturer's name and logo. 

Pastis is best enjoyed on a hot summer's day in classic French style: one part pastis to five parts water with a bit of ice. 

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