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    Anisette/Anisetta, a tasty liqueur worth indulging

    Anisette/Anisetta is a sweet but potent liqueur made from aniseseed. Anise, called Anice (pronounced ah-NEE-cheh) in Italian, once grew wild in the Mediterranean and is one of the oldest known spice plants.Anisette is predominantly flavored by the “licorice”-flavored essential oil anethole elaborated from anise seed.Anisette is particularly popular in the Mediterranean region, and different countries have their own versions. The Italian version was born in the town of Ascoli Piceno. There are 2 men and their families who are mostly linked and who have shaped the history of the Italian Anisette/Anisetta: Umberto Rosati and Silvio Meletti. Silvio Meletti, the distiller who introduced Anisetta to the world While Anisetta Rosati is pretty famous…


    Anisette Cookies and Cakes

    Anisette cookies are a great way to enjoy the taste and the great benefits of the Anise, without compromising with alcohol in case you are sober curious. Anisette is such an amazing flavor: let’s try this cookies recipe. Health Benefit of Anise The green anise (Pimpinella anisum) is of extremely high quality in the Ascoli area, in the region of Marche, Italy. In fact, it benefits from the extraordinary local terroir, rich in clay, that enhances the aromaticity of the green anise, so much that in Ascoli this pimpinella anisum is two or three times more fragrant than the anise in other Mediterranean areas. So, for this reason, the Anisetta…