Stress Relief

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Step back, slow down! Tulsi notes prevail with the lingering taste of cranberry and raspberry.

Between work, school, home, family, traffic, lineups, bills, etc., life is hectic. The time to take everyday stress down a notch or twelve, is now. It’s time to sit back and mellow out with this calming blend of tulsi, apple and rosehip –the dream tea[m] of chillaxing.

Tulsi, Apple, Rosehip, Hibiscus, Rose petals, Stevia, Cranberry, Raspberry, Stawberry, Natural flavors

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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The T Kettle version of Tulsi Tranquility…

My main criticism with this blend is the same one that I have for Tulsi Tranquility, and that’s that the blend is seriously lacking the distinct and characteristic basil-like flavour of the actual tulsi. I really love the flavour of tulsi, and if I was buying this because it was a tulsi tea I just wouldn’t be happy with the absence of that flavour…

However, with that said, I do actually like the taste of the tea – more so, probably, than I like Tulsi Tranquility to be honest. It’s fresh and natural tasting with this really well balanced mix of red fruit flavours. What I find in Tulsi Tranquility is that it mostly tastes like a general “red fruit” vibe, but here I’m getting distinct notes of raspberry, strawberry, and cranberry. I would call the strawberry more of primary flavour, but I really liked that I could taste all three. It wasn’t too sweet or too tart for me, and it was a really pleasant cup overall…

Just wish there was more tulsi, haha.


Is it at least fun to try to figure out which tea they’re copying? Also, I’m sure it’s good for your tea career to compare them.

Roswell Strange

I don’t know if fun is the right word, because in the majority of cases its blatantly obvious – but it is very interesting.

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