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Fiery feni: Making a 500-year-old Indian liquor cool again

Five centuries after Goans began making feni -- a pungent, fermented liquor not for the faint-hearted -- a new crop of distillers is hoping to take the spirit global. But first, they have to convince other Indians to drink it.

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