Tulsi (Holy Basil)
Part of our Tea Total, single origin tea collection.
Tulsi is commonly known as holy basil. “Holy” because of its history of religious and spiritual significance, and “basil” because it comes from the same perennial herb and shrub family as the common cooking basil. It is mainly grown in India, but it isn’t actually anything like the basil we know here. Widely consumed throughout India (much more than coffee!), many families grow their own plants. A healing balm for the mind and body; tulsi is not only a delicious herbal tea,
Tusli has the spicy aroma of cloves and its leaves mimic the sharp, crisp flavours of pepper
Tulsi (Holy Basil), from India
HOW TO BREW
For the perfect cuppa
Steep 1-2 heaped teaspoons per cup in freshly boiled 90℃ water, brew for 3-7 minutes. Can be enjoyed with or without milk.
Can also be enjoyed as iced tea
Steep 4 heaped teaspoons in 900ml of freshly boiled 90℃ water, sweeten with honey if desired, brew for 3-7 minutes and leave in the fridge to cool. Serve over ice.