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Ouzo, The Spirit of the Greek Summer

The anise-flavored drink Ouzo is deeply connected with the nation of Greece. It is simply the spirit of Greek summer which no one can copy.

A Bottle of Ouzo—and its Connection to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla

How does ouzo, the anise-flavored aperitif that is widely consumed in Greece and Cyprus, relate to Albert Bourla?

Volos: Greece’s Capital of Tsipouro

Nestled between the stunning Mount Pelio and the Pagasetic Gulf in the Aegean sea, Volos is a picturesque city known for its tsipouro.

Greek-Australians Launch “OuzoTalk,” Podcast on Greece’s Libation

The Greek diaspora now has a new podcast to listen to, following this week’s launch of "Ouzo Talk" across all major podcasting platforms. It is co-hosted by Nick Athanassiou and former journalist Tom Skolarikis. Listen to the podcast: The two proud...

Eight People Injured in Alcohol Distillery Explosion in Central Greece

An explosion at an alcohol distillery near Larissa, central Greece, has left at least eight people injured on Friday.

Ouzo and Tsipouro are Officially Greek Beyond Europe Too

The European Union approved the geographical indication for ouzo and tsipouro, making the famous alcoholic beverages officially Greek.

Tarpon Distillery: The Iconic Greek Town in Florida Has Its Own Ouzo!

The iconic Greek-American town of Tarpon Springs, Florida, now distills its very own Ouzo, named "Papous Ouzo."

Ouzo Restaurant: A Taste of Greece in Santa Marta, Colombia

The ''Ouzo'' restaurant is the best choice for those who want to experience the Greek and Mediterranean cuisine in Santa Marta, Colombia

Greeks Meet Virtually to Drink Ouzo Under Lockdown

Drinking ouzo with a group of friends gathered around a table full of delicious mezedes, or small dishes, and sharing the latest news is a quintessential Greek experience. The country's nationwide lockdown, however, has pushed Greeks to re-imagine these social...

Bear Family Gobbles Fruit, Washes it Down with Ouzo on Greek Farm

A mother bear and her three cubs broke into a farm in Metsovo, northern Greece, and after they gobbled up all the fruit they could find they washed it down with the ouzo and tsipouro that was being stored...