Tropical Tulsi

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190 °F / 87 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is a sip down for me, I cold brewed this blend overnight and I'm enjoying it today, definitely much better than soda. Off I go to get some yoga done!” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2466 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown of this sample provided by Fusion Teas. Thanks! This one inspired me to plant my own tulsi plant. The clove-like flavor of the tulsi is the main taste in this one, but the fruit (papaya,...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1353 tasting notes
  • “I don't usualy care for drinks like this but this was a Sample sent to me so i tried it and i was like WOW!!!! this one is really good, smells really nice and tastes like "juicy fruit" gum in...” Read full tasting note
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    toadman208 468 tasting notes
  • “My first tulsi, and definitely a good note to start on! I wanna say that the tea tastes like basil (being as its known as Holy Basil, I guess this makes sense), which sounds like it would taste...” Read full tasting note
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    chelseywilson 95 tasting notes

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The subtle refreshing taste of tulsi is complemented with the tropical flavors as papaya and orange peel to come together for one pleasing blend. The experience begins as the aroma stimulates your sense and calms the nerves. As every Indian home is not complete without a tulsi plant growing in the garden, no tea collection can be completed without this amazing life sustaining herbal tea.

Ingredients: Tulsi herb, papaya pieces, apple bits, rosehip peels, orange peel and flavor.

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12 Tasting Notes

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2466 tasting notes

This is a sip down for me, I cold brewed this blend overnight and I’m enjoying it today, definitely much better than soda. Off I go to get some yoga done!

gmathis

I think I’ve reached the conclusion that any tea is better than soda. Had a Pepsi not long ago with a fast food meal (don’t think I’ve touched pop in a year) and remembered why.

TeaBrat

Me too – I finally kicked the soda habit a while ago!

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1353 tasting notes

Sipdown of this sample provided by Fusion Teas. Thanks! This one inspired me to plant my own tulsi plant. The clove-like flavor of the tulsi is the main taste in this one, but the fruit (papaya, apple, orange) is right there with it. It also has rosehip peel but I am not sure what it is or tastes like.

gmathis

Have you had the plant long enough to decide if it’s finicky or easy to grow?

Scatterbrain

Let me know how the tulsi growing goes, I’ve been thinking about trying that. I’ve already got some peppermint and catnip going strong with other plans on the way for a full herbal tea garden. :)

K S

It seems to be doing fine in our flower bed. I have already pinched several flowers off to dry. One place I read said to pinch the flowers off so the plant will get fuller. Another said the flowers make the best cup. I haven’t steeped it yet but it sure is aromatic. I also have chocolate mint, bergamot (orange) mint, and lemon myrtle growing. I wanted to Verbena but I thought it was to fussy for our area – then I saw it growing in the herb garden at our local state park (doh!) Considered lemon grass but it was an odd plant to look at and I wasn’t sure what to do with it. I’ll figure out a way to post the results when I steep it soon.

gmathis

My peppermint is doing OK, but it just isn’t as strong as commercially-prepped dried peppermint. I don’t know if it’s just a varietal thing or if I’m doing something wrong. (Notorious plant-killer here.)

K S

We pretty much planted ours and walked away. They do better if we stay away. Indoor plants are not safe around our house :)

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I don’t usualy care for drinks like this but this was a Sample sent to me so i tried it and i was like WOW!!!! this one is really good, smells really nice and tastes like “juicy fruit” gum in liquid form, it’s really good if you want something different.

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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Thomas Edward(Toad)

i dont even know what a Tulsi is lol

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95 tasting notes

My first tulsi, and definitely a good note to start on! I wanna say that the tea tastes like basil (being as its known as Holy Basil, I guess this makes sense), which sounds like it would taste weird but when blended came out delicious.
I was a little bit worried that the tropical fruit flavour was going to be IN YOUR FACE tropical, but that wasn’t the case at all. Instead it was a delightful and subtle fruity blend. As someone who has never actually tried a papaya, I can’t really say that it had a papaya taste, but it was definitely sweet and smooth and fruity. I was heartbroken when I reached the end of my cup, and was delighted when it stood up to a second steep well.
I feel like I’ve given a terrible description, but this tea can really be summed up in one word- YUUMMMMM!

Thank you to Fusion Teas for the samples! Stay tuned for the rest of my reviews :) They even came in beautifully labeled bags!

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