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aside from making marvelous wines, the Brun family was most famous for producing Arak Brun, a spirit that has become an icon of a country that was never their own.Thanks to their dedication and passion, ensuing generations of arak lovers have continued to savor Arak Brun until this day. Emile Issa Khoury, whose family now runs Domaine des Tourelles along with another family named the Issaos, has refused to modify the business model which has made Arak Brun so successful.There are several production methods that separate Arak Brun from its counterparts.In fact, Khoury said that they purchase half of the aniseed on the market, a huge amount considering their product doesn't occupy anywhere near half of the arak shelves in Lebanon.The commitment to stick to the original recipe is precisely what's separated their arak from so many others in the region.
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