Tulsi Chai

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Tulsi, the queen of herbs, is blended with bold black tea and warm spices. The minty aroma and flavor of tulsi blends very naturally with the traditional chai ingredients.

Ingredients: Black tea, Tulsi leaf, Ginger root, Cinnamon chips and ginger, flavor.

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Additional notes: This might be in contention for my favorite chai blend! And this is DEFINTIELY my favorite CTC black tea. It doesn’t get overly astringent after three minutes. It tastes like raisins too. I just wish there was some more tulsi (basil) flavor.


sounds yummy though!

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Hmmmmmmm, I’m not sure what Tulsi is. Ok I know what google says it is, but I don’t think I’ve ever run into it before. I’m going out on a limb and assume that tulsi is the weirdness in this chai. It’s not bad just had a weird taste amongst the spices. It’s really spicy, I may have to try other Fusion Tea chai to see how they compare, but if you take that “weird” out of this it would be amazing. This is getting more mellow as it cools, the flavors are coming together more harmoniously. Glad to have tried it, not sure it will become my go to chai, but I like it (weirdness and all).


hah. glad you tried this before me. I looked at it tonight and decided i was not in a chai mood. Now I know what to expect. Sounds like I’m going to love it. LOL


Tulsi’s also called holy basil, it must be something in the chai. I have Fusion Teas’ apple and bear tulsi and it’s not spicy at all.


Wow. PEAR. Not bear!


LOL it might be called holy basil, but I’m not sure my “weird” taste is what I think of as basil. Dunno, it’s not BAD just strange.


I miss only one thing from living in Arizona, and that is my herb bed! I grew 7 or 8 varieties of basil, and holy basil/tulsi really does very different from the other types. I’ve had it in herbal teas here and wasn’t mad keen on it, but am finding it hard to imagine it in that blend.


…does taste very different… sigh.


No chance of growing just a few herbs in a window box or pot? Nothing better than being able to go out and cut fresh herbs from the garden, I understand why you miss it.


Oh, there are lots of herbs that do very well here, and a bit of room in the sunny (or sunnier) back garden, though with two dogs, one male, much of it isn’t ideal for growing anything that’ll be eaten! But basil really doesn’t do well outdoors here, and the indoor pots don’t last very long either. Swings and roundabouts, and I’m happy enough not to have the snakes and scorpions that went with that basil-friendly herb bed! :)

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This tea came my way from an amazing swap with Dexter3657…thank you!

In my limited tea experience, I am finding that I really like these spicy chai tea’s, and this one is no exception.

The dry leaf smells strongly of ginger (in a good way). The brewed scent doesn’t have the strong ginger scent, but it comes through in taste. The ginger isn’t overpowering, but I definitely get the spicy ginger flavour from this tea. It is very tasty with a perfect balance of spicy ginger.


I so did not dig this tea. I didn’t even write a note because other than “bleah” I couldn’t articulate much. I decided to give it a few days, maybe I wasn’t in the mood, an go again,


I can see why this tea might not be suited to everyone’s taste. There is something that I can’t pinpoint interacting with the ginger.


This was “weird” for me too. I just thought that “weird” was the tulsi, I didn’t hate it, but it’s not my favorite chai blend.

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