Two glasses of pastis.
pastis definition by Webster's New World
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a French liqueur flavored with licorice and aniseed
Origin: French ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
pastis definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A French licorice-flavored liqueur, usually drunk as an apéritif.
Origin: French, muddle, pastis, from Old Provençal pastitz, paste, pasty, from Vulgar Latin *pastīcium; see patisserie.