Tropical Tulsi Herbal Tea

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Price: $9.00

Description

Tulsi SymbolThe Tropical Tulsi Tea Experience: pure relaxationPapaya Fruit

Picture yourself resting in a hammock on an exotic isle, with a tall glass of iced tea in your hand. Tropical fruit aromas waft from the glass in the island breeze. You take a sip, and feel your thirst quenched. This is the Tropical Tea experience.

Tasting Notes: juicy, papaya, sweet-tart

Tasting this tea begins when you open the package. Its aroma is as exotic as its appearance, as it boasts not only a profusion of fruit notes, but also a flamboyant array of tropical colors.

The steeped tea smells of rosehips and papaya. Its lushly tropical flavor balances strong notes of papaya with the sweetness and body of apple bits, the cherry-like tart-sweetness of rosehips and the more familiar flavor of orange peel.

Ingredients: Tulsi herb, papaya pieces, apple bits, rose hips, orange peel and flavor.

  • Caffeine Level
  • tea measurement 1.5 tsp Per Cup
  • tea temperature 212°
  • tea steep time 5 Minutes

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

Relax over a glass of iced Tropical Tea, or savor a hot mug of it sip by sip. If you're feeling peckish, pair it with a tropical fruit salad, baked bananas, Thai-style mango sticky rice, or Indian sweets (such as ladoo or gulab jamun).

Fun Facts:

Papaya is indigenous to Central America, but it has been beloved by people around the world since Christopher Columbus dubbed it the "fruit of the angels" and other explorers from his time carried it from Central America to India, the Caribbean and elsewhere in their ships. Papaya is known for its rich, sweet, musky flavor, and is said to be one of the world's healthiest foods.

Reviews

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  • 5
    Delicious

    Posted by Eman on Oct 8th 2016

    i loved it

  • 5
    My First Tulsi Adventure

    Posted by Chelsey Wilson on Jun 27th 2012

    This was a delightful and subtle fruity blend. The tropical fruit paired nicely with the somewhat herby flavour of the tulsi, resulting in a smooth and delicious blend. As someone who has never actually tried a papaya, I can’t really say that it had a papaya taste, but it was definitely sweet and smooth and fruity. I was heartbroken when I reached the end of my cup, and was delighted when it stood up to a second steep well.

  • 5
    Best Stuff Ever!

    Posted by tommy on Mar 19th 2012

    I was lucky enough to get a sample of this one sent to me, It is awesome to me, very fruity with a real taste of fruit and no artificial tastes at all, This is a must if you want to try Tulsi.