puns on herbs and a great title: HERBAL TEASE
(teas) GOOD ONES: Observation about sprouting aromatic plants
SOME-THINGS-ARE-MINT-TO-BE Like something even better than a pungent herb?
BEYOND-BAYLEAF Soul searching events?
SEANCE Where It.'s at?
EUR [Italy is in Europe] Every garcon has one
CEDILLA [but not our keyboards] Center of gravity?
VEE [this and the garcon clue are "word clues" not "meaning clues"] Half up front?
HEMI McCartney title
SIR [not a song title] Weatherman's line
ISOBAR [not pick-up line] They're history
SWEETEN [Equal = sugar substitute; note hyphen] Letters from your parents?
Maidenform buy SLIP [do women still buy them? I thought they were pink-slipped] Always butting in
NOSY ["butting in" means interrupting; "nosy" means prying] Third man?
ABEL [I believe the attempt here, suggested by the question mark, is to refer to the famous Wells movie, but the title is The Third Man
; hence, the clue should also contain the definite article.] SEIS
is not used in English.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun