|Flavor Profile:||Sweet - Very Aromatic|
|Cuisine:||The Caribbean, Central American, South American|
Anise, also known as “Pimpinella anisum L.,” is a seed that comes from the same family as fennel and cumin. Anise is native to the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and is known to have a sweet licorice flavor. Anise is typically used in soups, stews, broths and savory foods such as meats.