If you are looking for a nice, smoky black tea to sip on - this Tulsi Infusion Tea is perfect. The tea brews to a rich creamy caramel color with a rich aroma. I am not usually a big fan of black teas and really, less of a fan of chai teas or spiced teas but this one is just right.
Not too much and really smooth. I steeped this tea at just under boiling (around 200 degrees) for 4 minutes. I think I could have steeped for a little bit longer but it was still pretty yummy.
I rate this spicy black tea 4.5 out 5 stars!
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Today I have been sipping on some Earl of Bengal Tea by Teatulia! This tea offers up a naturally sweet and creamy flavor. The rich aroma of the leaves hits you as soon as you open the bag. I am trying this tea as part of a sample set they sent me and I must say it is yummy.
I am typically not an Earl Grey fan but I could see myself sipping on this one for awhile. The flavors are rich and fragrant. <Read the full review here.>
This peppermint tea sample came in my little tea kit from Teatulia! Nothing too special here - a smooth and flavorful peppermint tea that is 100% organic and caffeine free. It's everything you would expect from a basic peppermint tea - nothing over the top.
The subtle peppermint tea is smooth and naturally sweet. You could pair this organic peppermint tea very easily with a green tea or black tea. Recommended to be brewed at boiling for 3-5 minutes.
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