Got Papyrus Milk?
PAPYRUS MILK / (pa-pie-ris milk) / n. / 1. A fluid extracted from the pulp of acorn-sized, chestnut-brown tiger nuts, the fruit of Cyperus esculentus, a perennial plant of the papyrus family native to Egypt and cultivated in North Africa and Spain; / n. / 2. A popular soft drink rich in vitamins C and E and completely devoid of lactose, making it a good alternative to dairy-based beverages; / n. / 3. Naturally chock-full of essential fatty acids and phospholipids that can nourish and smooth unruly manes, e.g., “Fill your glass with papyrus milk and toast to good health and hair.”
Try it: Klorane No-Rinse Care with Papyrus Milk, $14, www.drugstore.com.