9 Mysterious Anisette Cocktail Recipes to Explore

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While anisette isn’t as well known as absinthe, this anise flavored liqueur is featured in many cocktail recipes. It’s easy to make any drink from this list.

Origins of Anisette Liqueur

Anisette is a liqueur that has been around for centuries. Its exact origins are unknown, but it is believed to have originated in the Mediterranean region.

It’s made from aniseed which is distilled to create a concentrated form of the liqueur. Anisette has a very strong flavor and aroma, which is why it is often used in small amounts. Sometimes as little as just a few drops.

It is commonly used in cocktails and as a digestif.

Tilted view of anisette cocktail in martini glass

Cocktails with Anisette