Tisane in a sentence as a noun

Same with tea, for me. I drank tea and tisanes with sugar and milk when I was young.

I've never heard "tisane" before, but it seems to mean "herbal tea".

It seems like you are highlighting tisanes, which can pretty much be brewed forever.

So the "herbal teas" should technically be called something else like tisane.

These are generally known as herbal infusions or tisanes, and not tea.

That's tisane/herbal-tea - not "tea" per-se, you can make infusion like this from pretty much anything.

This seems like the place to point out the difference between a tea and a tisane: rooibos is a tisane, or "herbal tea," because it is not made from a tea plant.

Tisane definitions


infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves