Organic India was one of the first to introduce Tulsi into their teas and now they have a diverse range of teas. I was excited to see how Tulsi tasted and whether it would live up to expectations.
As part of my tea reviews, I was pleased to be asked to review the Organic tea range because they promised to be healthy with lots of benefits. The Organic India tea range blends the Queen of Herbs Tulsi with lots of other beneficial herbs. The teas are said to help with a wide range of health issues from helping support immunity to a better digestive system. Best of all, these teas are caffeine free so they can be drunk at any time of the day.
The herb Tulsi is meant to be a natural anti-oxidant and anti-cargonic and is said to help the body adapt to stress. What I really liked about the herb was that it can be blended with so many flavours.
I was kindly sent a variety of teas from the range to try:
- Tulsi Pomegranate Green – a green tea infused with pomegranate and hibiscus flower
- Tulsi Honey Chamomile – Tulsi blended with chamomile flowers and honey
- Tulsi Licorice Spice – Tulsi mixed with sweet Licorice and lemon
- Tulsi Cinnamon Rose – Tulsi with cinnamon, cardamom, rose and peppermint
- Tulsi Ginger
The smell of Tulsi is strong in all the teas and it reminded me a lot of the traditional chai teas that my parents drink on a daily basis. I loved how subtle the taste of Tulsi was in all the teas. My favourite out of all the teas was the Tulsi Cinnamon Rose and Tulsi Ginger. I am not usually a fan of ginger teas but it was really refreshing to drink and was the perfect antidote to a cold day.
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*The teas were gifted in this post with no obligation to post. Views are all mine.