Kadambri Teas Immunity Boosting Tea with Tulsi, for Calmness & Relaxation | FTGFOP - Premium Grade
Tulsi green tea is mild bodied with peppery taste of basil. The liquor is bright red and has aroma of relaxing basil which is mild and astringent aftertaste But no bitter.
Mild basil aroma of steaming hot tulsi tea will help you stay calm and healthy. Tulsi tea blend made from hand-picked orthodox green tea blended with natural tulsi (holy basil) leaves.
Ingredients: Assam Green Tea (orthodox) & Tulsi (Natural leaves)
Leaf Grade: Whole Leaf
Leaf Size: Long Leaves
Source: From the famed North Bank area near Tezpur, Assam
Flavor: Peppery notes of tulsi.
Taste: Mild Bodied and Flavorful.
Liquor: Bright Red.
Aroma: relaxing basil aroma
MouthFeel: astringent aftertaste But no bitter.
Strength: Strong (4.5/5)
No of Cups: 50 cups (100 gm)
Health Benefits: Known for its therapeutic properties, tulsi or holy basil is well-known for strengthens your immune system and fights with infections due to cold and flu. A flavourful green tea cup with the richness of tulsi calm & relax you with every sip. Rich antioxidants in tulsi tea strengthens liver functionality, Improves digestion, Relieves stress and promotes weight loss.
All-Natural Flavoured Tea - The natural flavours be created from an edible source, such as vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs and spices. Our tea experts mixes these natural flavors with premium green tea to bring the best flavors of all-natural ingredients. Natural teas are best enjoyed plain as they are very delicious in taste!
100% Pure Ingredients - No Added Flavors, No Artificial Essences, No Preservatives, No Oils and No Added Aromas.
- Handpicked - After brewing look at the leaves, they will open up completely and release beautiful aroma & unique flavour, a sign of handpicked high quality Tea Bud.
How to make Tulsi Green Tea: Heat 1 cup (200ml) water, to the point where it just starts to bubble. Pour hot water in teapot. Add 1tsp (2g) of tea. Steep it for 2-4 minutes. Strain and enjoy a perfect cup of tea.
Note: Remember longer steeping times result in bitterness, so experiment between 2-4 minutes and find the range that suits you.
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