Beroe (Berytos) is a nymph of Beirut, meaning ''Water well'' in Arabic; she is the source of water that comes to the city. Like all nymphs, she has the beauty of a goddess and is constantly dancing and high-spirited. She is the daughter of Aphrodite and Adonis and is married to Poseidon and loved by Dionysus. From the root of this myth emerges a Lebanese Arak label - a distilled alcoholic spirit of anise - as well as a sunset bar on the beach.


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