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Herbal tea

British pronunciation/hˈɜːbəl tˈiː/
American pronunciation/hˈɜːbəl tˈiː/
Herbal tea

a hot drink that is made by soaking different fruits, leaves, flowers, etc. in hot water

synonyms : herb tea
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herbal tea definition and meaning

What is "herbal tea"?

Herbal tea is a type of tea made from the leaves, fruits, and flowers of various plants. Herbal tea is usually light brown. It is often served hot or iced, and is also used to make a variety of teas, such as Chamomile and Hibiscus. Herbal tea is typically made with plant parts. Herbal tea is usually served as a concentrated shot of tea, which gives it a mild, earthy flavor. It is popular in many countries around the world and is often served as an afternoon pick-me-up. It can also be served with milk or cream to create a creamy texture and a richer flavor.

1The children sipped on fruity herbal tea with flavors of berries and citrus.
2She carefully harvested the tender leaves of the Alexander plant for her herbal tea.
3I enjoy the soothing aroma of mastic while brewing a cup of herbal tea.
4After struggling to sleep for weeks, the herbal tea that Jane tried worked like a charm and helped her sleep soundly.
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