Origin of anise
OTHER WORDS FROM anisea·nis·ic [uh-nis-ik], /əˈnɪs ɪk/, adjective
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How to use anise in a sentence
For diners who are new to Puerto Rican cuisine, Marrero likes to offer a chichaito shot — a blend of rum and anise — as a bit of a welcome.
As with other anise spirits, diluting with water causes the solids to fall out of suspension and gives the beverage a milky opalescence.Reinventing the World’s Oldest Spirit for the Modern Drinker|Wayne Curtis|June 7, 2021|The Daily Beast
I’d describe fennel’s taste as lightly anise, vegetal and subtly sweet, the latter of which intensifies when it’s cooked.How to embrace fennel and add its subtle sweetness to your cooking|Aaron Hutcherson|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
Rather, I bottled the essence of my favorite moments there, like a blustery hike through pine forest followed by a mug of anise tea.Aromas can evoke beloved journeys — or voyages not yet taken|Jen Rose Smith|February 11, 2021|Washington Post
In contrast, Group D shows a set of ingredients such as chicken, chilli, chocolate, anise, and peanuts, each of which has a markedly different aroma profile from the rest.There’s a science to food pairing, and you can learn it here|Peter Coucquyt, Bernard Lahousse, and Johan Langenbick|October 22, 2020|Popular-Science
At first, the taste is bright and mostly of fennel, then it slides into anise, and then fades away with a minty finish.
But the “yellow liquid” was actually a Ricard pastis, the anise-flavored aperitif, which is considerably stronger than wine.Tina Brown: No, Conspiracy Theorists, Princess Diana Was Not Murdered|Tina Brown|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Flavors of red plums, juniper, and star anise make it the perfect holiday party red to go with cheeses or chocolate truffles.
The potatoes, fennel, anise, and garlic perfectly complement the brininess of the seafood.
Another variation replaces the anise with candied fruits like oranges, pineapples, and figs.
An′iseed; Anisette′, a cordial or liqueur prepared from anise seed.
Anise, an′is, n. an umbelliferous plant, the aromatic seeds of which are used in making cordials.
He accepts a glass of the grape juice and an anise-seed cake, for this plant is grown in Malta for export.Miss Caprice|St. George Rathborne
They had never heard of this use for oil of anise, and they were full of curiosity as to the outcome of the experiment.
The animal was apparently following the anise oil trail that Stacy had laid with such care.