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tisane

(tĭ-zăn′, -zän′)
n.
An herbal infusion or similar preparation drunk as a beverage or for its mildly medicinal effect.
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Having a cup of your tea - or tisane - of choice may be a pleasant way to carve out some self-indulgence time and stimulate your bodily and mental well-being in a subtle way.
Les questionnaires prealablement testes ont ete administres aux enquetes pour obtenir des informations sur les modes de preparation du Cafe Touba et de la tisane de kinkeliba ainsi que les quantites consommees.
5- Boisson sans sucre ni lait (the, cafe, infusion, tisane, ou eau plate ou petillante).
While herbal elixirs are currently in vogue in California, the history of tisane started 2,000 years ago in Egypt and Greece.
Only whole leaf teas and tisanes are used to preserve the aroma in each item.
Similarly, tisanes (infusions of flowers, herbs, spices, or twigs) can also augment a healthy lifestyle.
The multi award winning London Tea Company is recognised for bringing organic and Fairtrade beverages into the mainstream with its seductive range of premium teas and fruit and herb based tisanes.
In wonderful art deco settings, Exton fed his characters wonderful lines, such as this observation from Hastings when the detective asks for tisane at Japp's home: "Come off it, Poirot, this is Isleworth, not Juan Les Pins".
A water infusion (tisane) will need some amount of alcohol added as a preservative, usually ten to thirty percent depending on the plants.
The top result was 84 different permutations of AEINST (which is kinder to call TISANE, a word in all good dictionaries, and 3= in place names); 80 each for NASTIER (or AEINRST, the Francis sequence) and SATIRE (AEIRST); 77 of REGAIN (AEGINR); 74 of GENIAL (AEIGLN) and ANGRIEST (AEGINRST, the Borgmann/Grant sequence); 73 of AMIENS (AEIMNS, 3= in place names) and ARSINE (AEINRS); 72 of DENIAL (ADEINL); 71 of RAINED (ADEINR); 70 of SALINE (AEILNS); and 68 of ISMAEL (AEILMS, the top sequence for place names).
"Sugar plum tea is by far our most favored herbal tisane (infusion)," explained Barbara Brown, proprietor of this 30-seat tea parlor and bakery.
Best of all, the service offers a choice of 11 different teas in four different categories, everything from the tried and true English Breakfast to the wildly fruity Hibiscus Orange Tisane.