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An anise-flavored liqueur.
- ‘We then skipped desserts, but accepted a Pernod as the nightcap.’
- ‘Add the Pernod and simmer until reduced by half, about two minutes.’
- ‘He tells her that Pernod isn't good for her, and she scoffs at him.’
- ‘Pour over the wine and drizzle with a little Pernod.’
- ‘A half-empty bottle of Pernod sits on his desk beside the box of doughnuts.’
Named after the manufacturing firm Pernod Fils.
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