Ricard, also known as "pastis of Marseille", is a yellow aniseed-based aperitif invented by Paul Ricard in 1932. It's main flavor, anise, is enhanced by a particular species of licorice, "glycyrrhiza glabra", which is known for its fragrance. It grows primarily in Syria, and is what gives Ricard it's vibrant yellow color.

Ricard Drink Recipes