Tulsi India Chai

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Tulsi is one of India’s most sacred herbs, an aromatic shrub recognized for its spiritually uplifting and healing properties. The minty armoa and flavor of tulsi blends very naturally with chai spices in this remarkable herbal variation to traditional black masala chai.

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I enjoyed this chai tisane … it was spicy and sweet, and I loved the way the basil notes of the tulsi came through and highlighted the spices. Hints of mint gave this a very refreshing taste. The best part for me was the licorice tones from the fennel. A really nice chai with which to unwind.

Here is my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/02/10/tulsi-india-chai-from-shanti-tea-2/

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Basically if you were to take gentle Indian Spices and pair them with sweet basil – this is IT.

This is herbally and spicy and comforting…one of the better herbal-tasting tisanes and chai tisane’s I have had. Doesn’t leave a funky aftertaste either

I’m trying to get Jason to add not only a Tulsi Category but a Matcha category to steepster as we are adding more and more of those :)

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Possibly a broader “stone ground” (or microground) category would be best. Then that could be checked in addition to the type of tea (rooibos, white, pu erh, black)… Instant chai could even fit into that category.

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Oooooh, I really hate saying this. I made some Tulsi India Chai yesterday, and I so did not like it. It was more minty than spicy; the mintiness overpowered the earthiness that I found the last time I drank a tulsi tea. This is just a bad mix for me :(

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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