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The local version is made in New Zealand, it's a reasonably good ouzo. Aniseed flavoured, of course. Glen's hint - If you throw up on this stuff you'll never drink it again.
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A blend of cognac and neutral spirit, this is a traditional Finnish ``noble drink,'' and it's a little sharp, but quite nice and drinkable. Probably an improvement on the original cognac. A cheap and tasty substitute, 40%, made since 1932.
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Genuine Tom Cobb Australian Spirit is often sold as whiskey (despite the labelling) - at least it's whiskey coloured. But a whiskey it isn't. Might be made on a base of cane spirit. Smells sweet and lightly vanilla flavoured - definitely a case of artificial colouring (and probably flavouring too). Drinkable enough, quite smooth, and a decently pleasant flavour which would mix well with coke. Claims to be based on an old style saddlebag whiskey - Australian goldfields moonshine - and named after a legendary outback moonshiner. Bottled at 40%, with a plastic Ned Kelly helmet on the lid.
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