Cheers to Tradition: How to Make a Classic Greek Beverage That’ll Transport You to the Mediterranean!


Cheers to Tradition: How to Make a Classic Greek Beverage⁤ That'll Transport You to the Mediterranean!

What are ‍the⁣ traditional ingredients​ used to make ‌the classic Greek beverage featured in the article?

Cheers to Tradition: ⁤How to‌ Make a Classic Greek Beverage That’ll Transport You to‍ the⁤ Mediterranean!

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If you’ve ever ⁤been to ‍Greece, you know​ that there’s a‌ rich cultural ⁢tradition ​that includes ⁤not only fascinating history but also delicious food and ⁣drink. ⁢One of the most ⁣refreshing⁢ beverages you ‍can drink while enjoying the ‌Mediterranean sun is the classic Greek drink called ouzo.

How to Make Ouzo

  • 1 ⁢bottle⁣ of good quality vodka
  • 2‌ tablespoons​ of anise seeds
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 2 pieces of lemon peel
  • 2 pieces of orange peel
  • 1 cup of water

To make the ouzo, ⁢you will ⁤need to:

  1. Pour the vodka into⁣ a large jar and ⁢add the anise seeds, cinnamon stick, lemon peel, and orange peel.
  2. Cover the jar‌ and let it sit‌ in a cool, dark place for 2 weeks, giving it a good⁣ shake every few days.
  3. After⁢ 2 weeks, strain the ‍mixture through a⁣ cheesecloth​ or coffee filter and discard the solids.
  4. Combine the strained liquid with ​the cup⁤ of‍ water‌ and let it rest for another day.
  5. Pour⁢ the ‍ouzo into‌ bottles ⁢and store them‍ in the refrigerator.

Your homemade ⁤ouzo is now ready to be enjoyed with a meal or on its own! To serve, just ⁢pour it over ice and enjoy the refreshing​ taste ‍of this ​classic Greek beverage.


There’s something magical ⁢about drinking a traditional​ beverage that’s‍ been around for centuries. Ouzo is not only a delicious drink ⁤but also​ a‌ representation of Greek culture and history. So, next time you’re in⁤ the mood for ​something⁤ special, try making your own ‌ouzo and let yourself be transported to the Mediterranean.

Cheers to Tradition!

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