France- Pernod is actually a successor of absinthe, the potent liquor popular in the 19th century. The exotic bouquet, when tasted neat, is potent and bittersweet; with the addition of water, it turns milky-opaque and has a long, licorice-like finish.~distillery notes
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"I gave my name because I'm sure of the quality of my pastis and proud of its flavour" explained Paul Ricard. And it seems the bet paid off, as Ricard is now the best-selling aniseed-based spirit in the world.