An herbal infusion or similar preparation drunk as a beverage or for its mildly medicinal effect. (noun)
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Use "tisane" in a sentence
"The drinking of healthy herbal brews has a long history - the word tisane is derived from the Greek ptisane, which referred to a drink made from barley."
"• Herbal: Also referred to as a tisane, herbal teas incorporate flowers, roots, herbs, and spices, but contain no actual tea."
"But here is what I have done today: I have used up the last of a kind of tisane (herbal tea) and a kind of hot chocolate."