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Blech. It’s not sweet and doesn’t taste like roses. It’s got this weird herbal flavor that I can’t place (but can only assume it’s the tulsi) and don’t much care for. There’s a hint of chamomile, but you have to search for it in the cup. Really wishing I didn’t have any more of this in my stash. Yuck.

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Meghann M

I’ve been curious about Tulsi teas. Sorry to hear it was such a bad herbal blend. Glad to know to steer clear!

Jaime

I’ll be very happy to send you a bag or two if you want to try it. From the other reviews on here, it seems to be popular/tasty. Just not for me.

katrinabayonas

It’s WORTH IT!! The taste may not be to everyone’s liking (first time I found it a little strange but it’s grown on me) but even holding your nose and swallowing is absolutely worth it. The benefits are amazing. In every sense. It seems there is nothing it isn’t good for. The immediate benefit for me, who suffers from insomnia, was an uninterrupted, long night’s sleep.

Jaime

Perhaps, but I drink my tea for the taste, not the benefits. I drank almost an entire box of this and played around with the steeping time/temp. It’s just not for me.

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Meghann M

I’ve been curious about Tulsi teas. Sorry to hear it was such a bad herbal blend. Glad to know to steer clear!

Jaime

I’ll be very happy to send you a bag or two if you want to try it. From the other reviews on here, it seems to be popular/tasty. Just not for me.

katrinabayonas

It’s WORTH IT!! The taste may not be to everyone’s liking (first time I found it a little strange but it’s grown on me) but even holding your nose and swallowing is absolutely worth it. The benefits are amazing. In every sense. It seems there is nothing it isn’t good for. The immediate benefit for me, who suffers from insomnia, was an uninterrupted, long night’s sleep.

Jaime

Perhaps, but I drink my tea for the taste, not the benefits. I drank almost an entire box of this and played around with the steeping time/temp. It’s just not for me.

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My love of tea started in 2001, whilst in an internship in London, England. I shared an office with a lovely man who would make me a cup of tea every morning without asking me if I even wanted it. I drink my tea neat now, because I’ve yet to find the sugar/milk combination that lives up to Pablo’s.

I drink any and all kinds of tea, and love trying new brands/varieties/flavors.

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