Glass bottle of Greek Apertif, Protocal Ouzo, White and Blue paper label with Greek and English writing
Ouzo is an anise-flavor appertif, popular in Greece and Cyprus. Modern Ouzo distillation became popular in the 19th century after the celebration of Greece Independance. This particular brand of Ouzo is from Calamata or Kalamata, Greece which is the second most populous city in Peloponnese.
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Bottle, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/7860. Accessed 11/26/20.