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Ouzo has its roots in tsipouro, which is said to have been the pet project of a group of 14th-century monks living in a monastery on Mount Athos. One version of it was flavored with anise. This version eventually came to be called ouzo. Its strong flavor resembles black licorice. In modern Greece, ouzeries can be found in nearly all cities, towns, and villages. These cafe-like establishments serve ouzo with mezedes - appetizers such as octopus, salad, sardines, calamari, fried zucchini, feta cheese, and clams, among others. It is traditionally slowly sipped (usually mixed with water or ice) together with mezedes shared with others over a period of several hours in the early evening.
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