Teatulia Tulsi Infusion Tea – Power Plant Protectant
Mike: Teatulia tea is sending us love all the way from Bangladesh. We recommend you stop by their site and check out what’s good with this pretty unique tea brand. We don’t do shameless plugs when we do tea reviews but you got to drop a name here and there and give respect. Anyway so what’s the deal with Teatulia Tulsi Infusion. Or better yet, what is Tulsi? Well tulsi tea is an Ayervedic flower infusion commonly found in Hindu teachings.
The ancients used the Ayervedic tulsi to treat just about anything from stomach problems to blood pressure but who would have known that tulsi even helps against radiation poisoning because of some of its transcontinental anti-oxidantal properties. If you live in Springfield, USA and you’ve been exposed to Mr. Burns’ power plant a few too many times then you already know what it is. The taste is of a pretty standardblack tea with mild mesquitability and a little bit of that tusli flavor sprinkled in. It’s not remarkable but definitely a solid steep and the tulsi just keeps the jig going.
Dax: Teatulia Tulsi Infusion Tea brings a myriad of flavor sensations to my palate. At first I sensed a very buff black tea base and a hint of violet. There’s a lot of quality in here, folks, and this is how fruit infusion tea should taste like. The fruitiness doesn’t reach crazy levels like the Tang-tasting Celestial Seasonings, and you’re morning fruit medley consisting of melon, pineapple, and jicama will be immensely enhanced. Oversteeping didn’t cause any type of bitterness that was unpleasant, so this Teatulia is up for the challenge. I’d pick this guy up for daily drinking, and make it snappy.