anisette


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Related to anisette: absinthe
  • noun

Synonyms for anisette

liquorice-flavored usually colorless sweet liqueur made from aniseed

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For the pineapple foam: In bowl, whisk together pineapple juice, anisette and lecithin.
Katie, who lives in Newcastle city centre, had to create drinks from ingredients including watermelon, Anisette, mint and pineapple juice.
Katie's cocktail contained 20ml of rum, Anisette liqueur, rum and pineapple juice mixed with fresh mint shaken together with ice to create a drink which judges found pleasing.
Celebrity chefs from HAL and various Alaska communities prepared their signature dishes, dazzling journalists with such specialties as maple-glazed salmon, shrimp in anisette and crab-stuffed rouladen of beef.
FRESH FENNEL & TOMATO SAUCE: 1 tablespoon olive oil 2/3 cup diced fresh fennel bulb 2 cloves garlic, minced, 2 cups tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and chopped 1/2 cup dry white wine 1 tablespoon anisette liqueur 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar Sea salt and freshly ground pepper
The "taste" could be a glass of hearty wine with crusty bread, a delicate dish of olives, or a bitter, bracing, steaming hot espresso accompanied by anisette toast or candied figs.
While the men enjoyed their brandy and cigars, and the women sipped anisette, the reproach of cursileria might be made after discussing a relatively substantial subject, such as an essay in the Sunday paper.
The narrator associates this passion for disguise with death, but is uncertain whether it is a flirtation with death or a talisman against it: "sometimes I think that the anisette, the cigarette, the makeup, the eyelashes, and the wigs were a kind of game.
Dry curacao, for instance, was like the clarinet with its shrill, velvety note; kummel like the oboe, whose timbre is sonorous and nasal; creme de menthe and anisette like the flute, at one and the same time sweet and poignant, whining and soft .
A 35cl bottle of Anisette liqueur from the duty free shop in Malta's airport on arrival
Then pour in one generous measure of cherry brandy followed by a third as much of anisette.
At first I could see nothing but the bottles twinkling like precious stones behind the bar: the hot ice of eau-de-vie, kirsch, and kummel, absinthe's green and bitter worm, a horrid toad-black beetroot alcohol, whisky, rum, and anisette, prunelle, a blushing peach brandy; and syrups: mint and lemon, angelica.
After lunch, the crowded cafes are full of tobacco smoke, smell of coffee, anisette and brandy, amidst a din of voices, clinking of cups, and stamping of dominoes on the marble table tops.