ANIS KAMEL!

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  1. shauny

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    i can actually put my hands up and say im not a slut!
    im a man possesed with love!

    but i am mad no1 in this forum can at least help with the tracking down of anis kamel

    infact greta you work next to a liqour store!!!
    go check if they have anis kamel its like sambuca!
     
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    yes, we need help to track it down!
     
  3. shauny

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    man i miss good times with my girl with my friends miss all you guys!
     
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    I miss you my brother! We sure had good times!! :cry:

    More good times ahead! :cool:
     
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    definately hopefully for all i listed
     
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    Anise-Flavored Spirits can vary widely in style depending on the country of origin. They can be dry or very sweet, low or high proof, distilled from fermented aniseed or macerated in neutral spirit. In France, Anis (as produced by Pernod) is produced by distilling anise and a variety of other botanicals together. Pastis is macerated, rather than distilled, and contains fewer botanicals than Anis. In Italy, Sambucca is distilled from anise and botanicals, but is then heavily sweetened to make it a liqueur. Oil of fennel (also known as green anise) is frequently added to boost the aroma of the spirit. Greece has a drier, grappa-like liqueur called Ouzo , which is stylistically close to pastis.
     
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    yes, it IS a type of sambucca i remember!!!
     
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    its " Anis Kummel" and we shall get it!!!
     
  9. shauny

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    HA! I KNEW IT CUD BE FOUND!
    bt to me its still anis kamel!
     
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    we shall drink it again my brother!
     
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