There are many lists of kosher alcoholic beverages. When I walk into a random liqueur store, there is no way to know if any of the previous owners of the drinks were non religious jews. Being that alcoholic beverages are stored for a very long time, why don't I have to afraid that perhaps a non religious jew owned the drinks over Pesach?
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