Harmony Tulsi

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Chamomile, Cinnamon, Ginger Pieces, Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Natural Flavours, Red Rooibos, Rose Petals, Tulsi
Flavors
Honey, Mint, Rooibos, Spices, Sweet
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “I think I’ve said this before in another Tulsi review. I hope what they say about Tulsi is true. the claims of calming I mean. All the health benefits. This is a great herbal tea blend. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “May Flowers! Time to work on another of my old Fusion Tea samplers. This is a tulsi/rooibos blend with lots of florals — chamomile, lavender, and rose — as well as a touch of ginger and cinnamon...” Read full tasting note
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  • “When I think of ‘Harmony’ I don’t necessarily go to rooibos… this blend seems mostly rooibos. (Definitely more than the picture shows.) It would be so nice without the rooibos. Harmony to me...” Read full tasting note
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From Fusion Teas

Step back and see the harmony in life’s complexities. Slip into the flow of life. Find peace and unity in all you see and do.

Light meets dark. Lemon verbena and rose offer high notes. Ginger and cinnamon provide depth. Apple smooths out the flavor, creating harmony where once there was chaos. The result? Absolute balance.

This caffeine-free brew is the ideal accompaniment to a fireside doze, a gaze out the window, a cuddle with a good book, or any other time of quiet introspection. As you sip, notice its lingering cinnamon-sweetness…

Tasting Notes: complex yet harmonious

Ingredients: Tulsi herb, rooibos, ginger bits, cinnamon, lemon verbena, chamomile blossoms, lavender, rose petals, natural flavor

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I think I’ve said this before in another Tulsi review. I hope what they say about Tulsi is true. the claims of calming I mean. All the health benefits.
This is a great herbal tea blend. The flavors blend so well. It smells nice. no after taste. Slightly sweet & fruity, but not candy
This was a sample sent to me in my order and I’m grateful to Fusion for introducing me to Tulsi
This is what I need to help me relax as I’m watching Hulu and getting ready to sleep

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec
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I like tulsi, I think it does help me relax…

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May Flowers! Time to work on another of my old Fusion Tea samplers. This is a tulsi/rooibos blend with lots of florals — chamomile, lavender, and rose — as well as a touch of ginger and cinnamon spices and some lemon verbena. Since I’ve been pretty interested in tulsi teas, I was pretty excited for this one!

It has a very unique scent; the rooibos comes out a lot, with a sort of sweet fruity/woody aroma, and there is a lot of sweetness and a hint of a citrus and pepper scent. Brewed, the aroma is a bit more mellow, coming out more of a honeyed rooibos scent, with some floral notes wafting from the cup. I really enjoy the flavor; the tea has a slightly nutty/woody taste to the base, but it is very sweet. There is a very noticeable minty note, and a somewhat subtle hint of spice that hits the back of the throat right at the end of the sip. Oddly enough, I don’t really get a strong floral flavor from the tea, but I have a feeling the florals are adding to the sweetness of the cup.

The way the flavors come together here really works for me; this is probably one of the nicest herbal blends I’ve tried, and makes a very nice late evening sipper. This is a tea I’d gladly restock in my collection.

Flavors: Honey, Mint, Rooibos, Spices, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

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When I think of ‘Harmony’ I don’t necessarily go to rooibos… this blend seems mostly rooibos. (Definitely more than the picture shows.) It would be so nice without the rooibos. Harmony to me does not equal scratchy rooibos throat. Flavors that show through: ginger which makes it seem very medicinal when it isn’t in chai (ginger also isn’t harmony for me), a bit of sweetness from the lemon myrtle, and then rooibos rooibos rooibos. Tulsi to me means basil. I love basil, but I don’t get any of that here either. No floral anything (supposed to be chamomile, lavender, roses). Disappointing.

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