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  • n. Plural form of tisane.

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Examples

  • With just 32 varieties on the list, including quite a few flavored teas and herbal tisanes, that is quite enough choice for us.

    News On Japan

  • In cases where they contain no tea leaves, some people prefer to call these beverages "tisanes" or "herbal teas" to avoid confusion.

    All about Tea

  • An orderly went to find the médecin-chef, and we waded after him through the mud to one after another of the cottages in which, with admirable ingenuity, he had managed to create out of next to nothing the indispensable requirements of a second-line ambulance: sterilizing and disinfecting appliances, a bandage-room, a pharmacy, a well-filled wood-shed, and a clean kitchen in which "tisanes" were brewing over a cheerful fire.

    Fighting France

  • a well-filled wood-shed, and a clean kitchen in which "tisanes" were brewing over a cheerful fire.

    Fighting France, from Dunkerque to Belfort

  • I was rather skeptical, but pleasantly surprised — it did indeed taste like strawberry kiwi, which a lot of tisanes with a similar name do not manage to do.

    Daily Tea: March 26, 2010 | Tea Derivations

  • I'd have totally gotten into BPAL if it had offered me an array of tisanes themed around fictional musicians, for example.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Ceramic pots will and should pick up flavors of the tea you brew, so you might prefer using a glass or porcelain pot if you're going to be brewing a variety of different teas and tisanes.

    Making Light: Open thread 135

  • We have been ingesting large quantities of pills, tablets, syrups, tisanes and chicken soup, keeping warm, drinking plenty of liquid, and getting bloody fed up with coughing, sneezing, sore throats, fevers and ridiculous weakness.

    Global Warming

  • I have all sorts of lovely tisanes bought by myself or sent by friends, but for this I have fallen back on lemon chamomile, which I have been drinking since I was 15 or so and which has never -- well, actually it has failed me fairly often.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Herbal teas are not officially teas at all, and should really be called "herbal infusions" or "tisanes."

    Dr. Eric Braverman: Lose Weight and Stay Warm with Tea

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