Tulsi Orange Cranberry Ginger

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Ginger, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Rose Hips, Tulsi
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Caffeine
Decaffeinated
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  • “Nooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not like. DO NOT LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m familiar with all of the ingredients. I like and recognize them all. Yet this is just foul beyond belief. Well I should take that...” Read full tasting note
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A caffeine-free tea bursting with a tart and fruity finish, this beautiful herbal blend is a fabulous combination of ginger, rosehips, hibiscus, and orange peel. We love tulsi teas for helping out in our digestion after a big meal, but this artful blend is truly delicious at any point in the day, and equally wonderful iced.

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Nooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do not like.
DO NOT LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’m familiar with all of the ingredients. I like and recognize them all. Yet this is just foul beyond belief.

Well I should take that back. The one ingredient I’m not familiar with is the Tulsi itself. Could that be the source of that overwhelming foulness?

Heading over to Google
“What does tulsi taste like”

Response: “Some types of tulsi may also have a clove-like aroma and spiced flavor”

Oh, my reaction makes sense now. Tossing the rest of this one out.

Shae

I’ve had tulsi teas from Organic India that were horrible, so I always thought I didn’t like tulsi. Then I had the opportunity to try it on its own, and it turns out that I love it. It’s similar to a light black tea. There are different varieties though, and I haven’t tried them all, so perhaps their flavors are vastly different.

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