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French / Advertising / Women's / Tee T-Shirt Shirt / France / Gift for Wife / Valentine's gift / Poster / Vintage / Art / Birthday / Sexy
French / Advertising / Women's / Tee T-Shirt Shirt / France / Gift for Wife / Valentine's gift / Poster / Vintage / Art / Birthday / Sexy
French / Advertising / Women's / Tee T-Shirt Shirt / France / Gift for Wife / Valentine's gift / Poster / Vintage / Art / Birthday / Sexy
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French / Advertising / Women's / Tee T-Shirt Shirt / France / Gift for Wife / Valentine's gift / Poster / Vintage / Art / Birthday / Sexy

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Imagine sitting in any of thousands of Provence’s outdoor cafes in southern France. The sun is shining, and you are tired. What to order? If you are a Provencale you will without any doubt order pastis – the unmistakable of all alcoholic beverages of the Mediterranean. Pastis consists of alcohol, star anise, both black and white pepper corns, cardamom, sage, nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, licorice and a little sugar. Diluted with water, as it is always drank, it becomes milky white and is often referred to as the Milk of Provence.



In 1932 Pastis, introduced by Paul Ricard, emerged some 17 years following the ban on absinthe. Shortly after, Pernot, a former-Absinth producer in France, began to sell its own version of this drink. It soon became the favourite of all in Marseille. In 1936, the first French paid holidays further popularized Pastis, and it became the most popular aperitif in France.


Re-imagined as a stylish printed Tee


Classic and comfortable choice, this high quality AOP t-shirt is appealing from every angle. Inspired by the freedom of creativity, it allows you to take your design to the next level.

Classic round neck with short sleeve; Soft and comfortable to the touch; slightly elastic; moderate length; Perfect for daily wear.


● Fabric: Jersey( 95% polyester and 5% spandex)

● Regular fit

● Classic round neck

● Fabric Weight: 180 g/m²

● Care Instruction: machine wash cold with similar colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean.


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