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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or derived from anise
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- adj. Of or derived from anise
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or derived from anise. An equivalent form is anisoic.
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It is the most wonderful violet on me, with warmly vanillic candy cooled by that anisic mint... beautiful.
If you sip a little cold water after you finished the artichoke, the anisic, licorice flavour will intensify, which is quite magical!
The aroma possesses a vanillic bravura that is woody, slightly anisic and lavender-infused, generating the sense of violet as a color rather than a flavor.
Tahitian vanilla Vanilla tahitensis is floral and fruity, its plump cured pods exuding notes of cherry, raisin, musk, lactones and anisic aldehydes.
This absolute is high in Palmic aldehyde, anisic acid, enanthic acid, acetic acid, phenols.
The chief constituents of the oil are anethol, methyl chavicol, d-pinene, l-phellandrene, and in older oils, the oxidation products of anethol, _viz. _ anisic aldehyde and anisic acid.
It also contains methyl chavicol, anisic aldehyde, anisic acid, and a terpene.
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