Definición de alecost en inglés:

alecost

Silabificación: ale·cost
Pronunciación: /ˈālˌkôst, -ˌkäst
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A wild plant with small daisylike flowers that has culinary and folk-medicinal uses.
    • Chrysanthemum balsamita, family Compositae
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    • Another flavouring agent was alecost, Chrysanthemum balsamita, a plant from western Asia related to tansy which was brought to England sometime in the sixteenth century.
    • It has a distinctive fragrance with hints of balsam or mint, and is sometimes called mint geranium; or alecost, because it was used in flavouring ale; or Bible leaf, because its large leaves were used as markers in church.
    • Cut back and remove dead parts of silvery herbs such as artemisias, cotton lavenders, alecosts and sages.
  • 2Another name for costmary.
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    • Before hops were introduced into beer making, alecost was added to clarify the preserve the brew.
    • Costmary, or alecost, leaves were used to add spice to holiday ale, or wassail, in old Europe.
    • Additionally, the beer pays tribute to early brewers by including the herb known as alecost, once a common flavouring and preservative ingredient in brewing.

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