Pandan, a tropical herb, is a versatile thing. In its native Southeast Asia - where it is prized for an unusual aroma that is compared variously to nuts, rice and popcorn - it is used in desserts, sweets and some savory dishes. Half a world away, however, it has become a hot ingredient at French cocktail bars.

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