I particularly like the Tulsi Teas for their flavor and I know this sounds crazy but for their product design as well!
“I particularly like the Tulsi Teas for their flavor and I know this sounds crazy but for their product design as well!” Read full tasting note
“Tulsi is a type of basil, which adds an unusual aspect to the masala and malt flavors. Extra snappy clove and pepper, too, make me warm, relaxed, and stimulated, all at the same time. So smooth...” Read full tasting note
“I would’ve liked a little more spice kick to it, but it’s smooth and tasty.” Read full tasting note
“This is a pleasant chai, if not an outstanding one. The tulsi adds a nice touch; it’s present but not too strong. I do wish the rest of the flavors were more pronounced, but I always tend to go for...” Read full tasting note
An exotic blend of Tulsi, black tea & classic chai spices. Tulsi (also known as Holy Basil) supports the body’s natural immune system while relieving the body’s negative reaction to stress. In this blend, Tulsi leaves and blossoms are combined with Assam black tea and sweetly stimulating spices: Cinnamon, Ginger, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Clove, Nutmeg, and Mace.
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Masala Indian Chai Tea (Herbal Tulsi Masala)Teabox
TULSI CHAI MASALAOrganic India
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DarjeelingTeaXpress Special Organic Herbal Tulsi Masala ChaiDarjeelingTeaXpress
Basil's BrewEmilie Autumn's Asylum Emporium
Organic PeppermintTraditional Medicinals
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Cinnamon HibiscusKroger Private Selection
This is a pleasant chai, if not an outstanding one. The tulsi adds a nice touch; it’s present but not too strong. I do wish the rest of the flavors were more pronounced, but I always tend to go for stronger flavors so this could well be just right for someone who prefers a milder chai. I can hardly notice the tea base at all, but still, this makes for a pleasant cup. I do think I prefer Organic India’s rooibos chai, though—if I can’t taste the black tea and don’t get the caffeine kick, what’s the point?