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No, Ouzo is a distilled white spirit that is flavoured with aniseed.
Ouzo is an anise (licorice) flavored brandy-based Greek liqueur.
Ouzo & Pastis
Recipes calling for rice, you may substitute with ouzo with you have no rice.
According to liquor sales reports but out by Ohio Liquor control, Ouzo is sold in Ohio.
The basic ingredients of ouzo are alcohol and anise, but depending on the recipe of the producer it may include lots of other spices and herbs
They're both made from anise seed (licorice), however Ouzo is from Greece while Sambuca is from Italy.
It' s ouzo.