BEING of a certain religious persuasion, the first child of a Mid-Levels couple had to be blessed in a traditional ceremony, which called for everyone present to sip mint tea, made from leaves provided by one of the well-wishers present. This they duly did. But before long, most of the guests at the celebration were reduced to an unexpected state of pleasant euphoria - though in some circles this condition would probably be referred to as being high as a kite. Naturally, a family post-mortem was held on this surprising turn of events, with a firm conclusion reached. The leaves in question had been inadvertently plucked from the wrong window-box, wherein grew an exotic, oriental plant which was certainly not for brewing. Next time they'll be better off sticking to tea bags.