noun, plural noi·settes [nwah-zets; French nwa-zet] /nwɑˈzɛts; French nwaˈzɛt/.
Origin of noisette
Examples from the Web for noisette
The distinctive characteristic of the true Noisette is blooming in clusters.
At the first sign of frost the delicate Tea and Noisette Roses need to be protected.Gardening for the Million|Alfred Pink
The Noisette and Chinese roses were in great beauty, as well as some fine Magnolias.
The union, probably accidental, seems to have been with the Tea Rose or the Noisette.
All of the above have very distinctly the Noisette characteristics, as inherited from their parent, the Musk Rose.