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Arrack

A spirit whose name derives from the Arabic word for "juice" or "sweat". It is popular in countries as far apart as Greece to the East Indies - its herbal flavourings varying from country to country. In Java it is based on rum, while in the Far East often on either fermented palm sap or rice.

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