A liqueur made from aniseed and having a sweet, licorice-like flavor.
French origin, from anis "anise" + -ette.
- Anisette is a popular ingredient in many French and Mediterranean cocktails.
- He ordered a café corretto, a coffee with a shot of anisette.
- Anisette is typically clear, but it can also be found in a green or yellow color.
- It's a popular liqueur in Mediterranean countries and is often consumed after meals as a digestif.
- Anisette has a sweet and slightly licorice-like taste, it's often compared to the taste of black licorice.