Being known as the queen of Indian herbs, it was only natural to include tulsi in our tea blends. Tulsi or Holy Basil is one of the most precious herbs in traditional healing methods. This spicy and warm sensation will help you relax and charge your batteries for a new day while offering a very pleasant flavor combining anise, basil, cardamom, and mint notes all in one. Fresh and deep green tea is serving as a base for this perfectly balanced blend. The mild and pleasant scent of the brew is matched by a delicate and savory flavor. Made from organically grown tea leaves and high-quality tulsi leaves to provide you with the best wellness properties in a cup. Detox tea is a wellness-inspired blend rich in antioxidants. To help you get rid of those pesky toxins, ginger, clove and Tulsi (holy basil) are combined with high-quality whole leaf Green Tea and other herbs. Made with 100% natural ingredients and teas sourced directly from the origin, this herbal tea blend acts as a rejuvenating drink. This helps you to stimulate your digestion and soothe your stress.
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Assam tea is a black tea named after the Indian state of Assam, where it is grown. Assam tea is made exclusively from the Camellia sinensis plant. The state of Assam, which lies on both sides of the Brahmaputra River, is the world’s largest tea-growing area by production. While Assam is most commonly associated with the region’s distinctive black teas, the region also produces smaller quantities of green and white teas, each with their own distinct characteristics.
Assam has historically been the world’s second-largest commercial tea producer, after southern China, and one of only two regions in the world with native tea plants.
STEEPING YOUR CUP RIGHT IS AN ART
Refer to the steeping instructions for this tea.
Use O2 rich water or RO filtered for best results.
Use 2.5gms or 0.09 oz of leaves for a cup of 180ml water or 6fl oz.
Make sure to infuse it for approximately the steep time recommended
It's all on you but you can always go for the cordiments recommended.
Place tea bags in a heatproof jug. Pour in 1 litre (4 cups) boiling water and allow to steep for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bags. Add honey to taste, if desired, and stir to combine. Place in the fridge to chill.
Add lemon wedges and mint sprigs to the jug. Allow standing for 1-2 minutes to infuse, then serve in glasses with extra lemon wedges and mint.