Definition of Anisette. Meaning of Anisette. Synonyms of Anisette

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Definition of Anisette

Anisette
Anisette An`i*sette", n. [F.] A French cordial or liqueur flavored with anise seeds. --De Colange.

Meaning of Anisette from wikipedia

- Anisette, or Anis, is an anise-flavored liqueur that is consumed in most Mediterranean countries, mainly in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Greece, Lebanon...
- eggs, sugar, butter or vegetable oil, and flavoring (usually anise or anisette, less commonly vanilla or lemon zest). Pizzelle can be hard and crisp or...
- digestif), consisting of equal parts brandy and anise dulce (sweet anise or anisette) served in a brandy snifter, that is well known in Madrid. The drink's...
- consists of a pastry made of wheat flour, flavored with Anis del Mono (Anisette) or wine, and filled with toasted hazelnuts or walnuts and sugar. They...
- flavor Gr**** ouzo; Italian sambuca; Bulgarian mastika; French absinthe, anisette, and pastis; Spanish Anís del Mono, Anísado and Herbs de Majorca; Turkish...
- Galliano from other anise-flavoured liqueurs such as sambuca, Pernod, or anisette. It is used both as a digestivo (meant for drinking after heavy meals)...
- Anisette Torp-Lind (born 20 May 1971) is a Danish former competitive figure skater. She is the 1990 Skate Canada International interpretive bronze medalist...
- effect. Some versions of the drink replace the sambuca with equal parts of anisette and peppermint schnapps. ****ty Nipple Gl**** type: Shot Directions: Put...
- Syrian car collector SS Anis, a coastal tanker Ani (bird) A short form of Anisette, anise-flavored liqueur The female version of Anis is Anisa or Anieca....
- Stick, also known as a "Regaliz," is a highball (****tail) made of cola, anisette or absinthe, and black licorice as a garnish. It originated in Terceira...
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