33723Re: Sambuca Recipe Using Star Anise and not Anise Seed
- Jan 1, 2006Hi to everybody and wishes of a good new year.
In this period, in Italy, you/they are publicizing her/it "sambuca
Averna" where you/he/she is done present that the product and' done
exclusively using the starry anise to 100%, Ciao a tutti.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Harry" <gnikomson2000@y...>
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "waljaco" <waljaco@h...> wrote:
> > All the aniseed based distillates originated in the Mediterranean
> > Basin and used local aniseed.
> All the European ones perhaps, but the Columbians in South America
> have had one since the mid 1600's. Possibly one of the oldest
> Rums, Aguardiente is made from sugar cane molasses and aniseed.area
> Perhaps the anise idea was added through contact with Spanish
> colonists, it's not known for certain. But the natives of the
> certainly had distilled liquor before colonization. Archeologiststhe
> have unearthed crude bottles in digs from well before the time of
> Conquistadors. Much of South America's early history is still a
> regards Harry
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