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Anise has been used for centuries to add a distinctive flavor to liqueurs and baked goods, from copper-distilled Greek ouzo to twice-baked Italian biscotti. Despite its rich history, it is still finding ways to reinvent itself, contributing a fresh take on timeworn cocktails and adding a surprising depth and warmth to meat and seafood.