An herbal tea, consumed especially for its medicinal properties.
- Properly called tisanes, or herbal infusions, these aren't truly tea.
- More explanations and monologues on things French follow (including useful tips on how to snag a red croc bag from Hermes, or to sweeten one's natural juices with a pot of tisane - herbal tea - before making love).
- Huge international tea companies sell teas, tisanes and herbals in hip, socially conscious packages.
1930s: from French.
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