from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native drink made in the Philippine Islands. It contains the poisonous principle of wood alcohol, and United States soldiers and employees have been forbidden its use.
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Alcoholism is unknown among them, but they drink willingly of the native drinks, "tuba" and "anisado," whenever it is offered them.
McGlade on whom the rum of Jamaica and the _mezcal_ of Guatemala and the _anisado_ of Ecuador had combined with the _pulque_ of Mexico to set their unmistakable seal.
Later that evening, the Bogota Country Club hosted a big party with a live band and plenty of a tasty drink: Aguardiente 180, licor anisado.
When double-distilled and flavored with anise, it is called _anisado_.]
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