Brazilian tea

Related to Brazilian tea: mate
The dried leaves of Lantana pseodothea, used in Brazil as a substitute for tea.
The dried leaves of Stachytarpheta mutabilis, used for adulterating tea, and also, in Austria, for preparing a beverage.

See also: Tea, Tea

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On this day, a Sunday, Ozgur has a panic attack at home, drinks weak Brazilian tea, flips through notebooks of her own writing, prepares a glass of lemonade, answers a phone call from her mother, fights back tears, smokes copiously and has her first of many crises when she finishes her last pack of L&Ms.
The company operates by offering members an opportunity to sell health food products, such as Brazilian tea and propolis, and finance with business operation.
launch of a Brazilian tea company, and will continue to provide her expertise in the food and beverage industry.
Brazilian tea exporters get around $1 per kilo, slightly better than their Argentine counterparts because, as the younger Hitoshi says, "our quality is better than Argentina's."
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