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I was so excited to review Organic India Tulsi Tea again. I reviewed Organic India Moringa products and Tulsi teas last April and fell in love with the teas. My favorite was and still is Organic India Tulsi Original tea. Organic India Tulsi tea is my favorite brand of tea and I'm not saying that just because I am reviewing them. I honestly love this tea. I used every last tea bag from my April review so this review came just in time to stock up for cool evenings and mornings when I like to enjoy a hot cup of tea.
* Tulsi has been considered India’s “Queen of Herbs” for more than 5,000 years and has been revered as one of the most sacred herbs in India, infused with healing power.
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There are so many wonderful flavors of Organic India Tulsi Tea. You really will want to try them all. I love the raspberry peach tea served iced. I make it with no sugar or a small amount of sugar (about 1/2 tsp.). It has a subtle sweet fruity flavor and is refreshing and delicious (even without added sugar).
I love hot tea. I drink it most days and even though original Tulsi tea is my favorite (with honey), Peppermint Tulsi tea came in for a close 2nd place. It is soothing and refreshing. I have found that a hot cup of tea (with honey) often replaces my craving for sweets late at night. I love to settle in for the evening with a cup of warm and comforting Tulsi tea.
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