Tulsi Raspberry Peach (formerly Raspberry Peach Tulsi Tea)

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Elderberry, Hibiscus Flowers, Organic Flavours, Peach Flavour, Tulsi
Flavors
Alkaline, Chemical, Flat, Herbaceous, Medicinal, Peach, Raspberry, Sour, Tulsi
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher, Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by derk
Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 11 oz / 335 ml

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  • “To me, this is nasty. The tulsi scent does not mix at all with the raspberry flavoring, producing a nauseating medicinal aroma. Organic raspberry flavoring does not excuse its criminal...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I could sit there and smell this tea all day, it reminds me of summer with its faint scent of basil and peaches. It’s an interesting combination of sweet and tart that is slowly growing on me the...” Read full tasting note
    70
  • “Bought this on EBay after trying a Tulsi blend from my local tea shop. Trying it now because it’s caffeine free and I have to be awake before 3 am to catch a flight to Texas. It is an interesting...” Read full tasting note
  • “I enjoy some of the teas from Organic India but this tulsi tea is not among my favourites. The holy basil tends to overpower any of the peach flavour. I can taste a tiny bit of it along with the...” Read full tasting note
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From Organic India

Updated November 2022 by derk

Tea to delight the senses. This fruity tea is light and refreshing with a touch of floral and earthy to round out the flavors. Tulsi, featured at the foundation of this tea, is a potent adaptogen that has been used in India for more than 5,000 years for everything from stress relief to immune support. Delicious and beneficial, this tea is a crowd-pleaser.

Benefits

Fruity. Raspberry and Peach pair sublimely in this fruit-forward tea. Light and Refreshing. Fruit and herbs work together to delight the senses and uplift the mind. Stress-Relieving. Tulsi is a potent adaptogen that helps relieve stress. Caffeine-Free. A delicious tea that helps energize without the caffeine.

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An aromatic blend of Tulsi, berries, peach & hibiscus flowers

Stress Relieving Energizing Abundant in antioxidants Powerful adaptogen Caffeine-Free

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6 Tasting Notes

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1314 tasting notes

To me, this is nasty. The tulsi scent does not mix at all with the raspberry flavoring, producing a nauseating medicinal aroma. Organic raspberry flavoring does not excuse its criminal over-application. It’s chemical and piercing and exits my nostrils with force when I swallow.

The taste sips alkaline then finishes with hibiscus sourness. In between is a flat taste of tulsi and hint of peach flavoring. Severely disjointed. Ugh. I definitely feel queasy. “Crowd pleaser” my ass.

Flavors: Alkaline, Chemical, Flat, Herbaceous, Medicinal, Peach, Raspberry, Sour, Tulsi

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML
Leafhopper

Yuck. But your tasting note made me laugh.

Todd

Eww, excellent description. Crowd displeaser!

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2145 tasting notes

I could sit there and smell this tea all day, it reminds me of summer with its faint scent of basil and peaches. It’s an interesting combination of sweet and tart that is slowly growing on me the more I drink it. I’m not really a fan of the hibiscus, but to be fair, I really hate hibiscus.

You can read the full review on my blog:
http://www.notstarvingyet.com/index/2015/9/15/tuesday-tea-tulsi-tea-organicindia

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1758 tasting notes

Bought this on EBay after trying a Tulsi blend from my local tea shop. Trying it now because it’s caffeine free and I have to be awake before 3 am to catch a flight to Texas. It is an interesting blend of the herbal character of the tulsi and the raspberry and peach flavors. Tulsi is a type of herbal that is new to me so I am not sure what to think.

I brewed this once in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and boiling water for 5 min.

Preparation
3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
gmathis

Tulsi is the one herbal “magic bullet” that actually has a de-tensing effect for me. Never tried it in a fruit blend.

AllanK

Right now little will de-tense me but it was good and available in loose leaf.

Ubacat

Tulsi has a strong basil taste to it. I find it has a very subtle way of de-stressing when I’m at work without making me tired. I would never say I got used to and loved the flavour but it’s okay. For this tea I never liked the added flavouring. It’s probably hard to find a good flavoured Tulsi since it’s so strong tasting.

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661 tasting notes

I enjoy some of the teas from Organic India but this tulsi tea is not among my favourites. The holy basil tends to overpower any of the peach flavour. I can taste a tiny bit of it along with the hibiscus but the basil is just too strong and doesn’t seem to go with these flavours. Not a bad tea. I will finish off what I have but won’t buy this one again.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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810 tasting notes

a wonderfully fruity twist to this already refreshing tea.
i look forward to having it again the next time i visit Yogaville. (i might even have to pocket a few bags to bring back with me.)

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11 tasting notes

A friend of mine was very sweet to serve me this at our last dinner together, and it was quite unlike any other tea I’ve ever tasted. It has a great flavor to it. Definitely sweet and flavorful enough to drink on its on. We enjoyed it iced, but it would definitely be decent hot. Although I think I would prefer it always iced. I’m so glad she sent me home with two bags, so I can enjoy it again before purchasing it for my growing tea collection.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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