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Pom-Tulsi for Teatails

Pom-Tulsi for Teatails

Pom-Tulsi for Teatails
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A fruity, slightly savoury, pomegranate teafusion!

Ingredients: Organic tulsi, organic hibiscus, organic orange peel, natural essences

50g Teatails tin
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1kg Teatails pouch
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Instructions

  • Serving Size: g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: °C
  • Steeping Time: mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: Vaious
  • Caffeine: Naturally caffeine-free

Pom-Tulsi for Teatails

An unexpected combination of savoury taste and a sweet pomegranate, excellent in cocktails, refreshing and tasty. The main ingredient, Tulsi, is known as Holy Basil in India, it has an abundance of health benefits, some of which include immune boosting, heart health, antioxidants, focus and concentration. Cooling and tart hibiscus is full of vitamin C, a great antioxidant, which helps to prevent a hangover!

Directions...
Basic infusion
Ingredients:
• 1/2 cup Pom-Tulsi for Teatails
• 500mL alcohol of choice (we recommend gin for this teafusion)

Mix ingredients together in a wide mouth container. Allow to sit for 1 hour at room temperature.
Remove tea leaves from alcohol and filter alcohol twice through a fine mesh filter.
Add sparkling water and a slice of lime or orange over ice for a delicious and sweet cocktail that is sugar-free and full of antioxidants!

Pomegranate Mojito

Using our beloved Pomegranate Tulsi blend, this mojito gets a delicious twist.
Tulsi is an herb from India with a savoury, herbaceous flavour. It combines so well with the sweet flavour of pomegranate. The benefit here is a cocktail that is naturally sweet, without any added sugar. You can certainly add some sweetener if desired. Recipe for 4 cocktails.

Ingredients:

3 tbsp Pom-Tulsi for Teatails
6 oz white rum
1 lime, divided (juice one half, slice the other thinly)
Fresh mint
Sparkling water

Directions:

Infuse Pom-Tulsi for Teatails in rum for 45 minutes. Remove tea and strain the infusion.
Mix rum infusion with lime juice.
Muddle mint and lime slices in tall glasses.
Add ice, then add 1.5 oz of your rum/lime/tea infusion and top with sparkling water.
Cheers!

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose tea

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Here’s what we love about Pink Grapefruit, besides the fabulous flavour.

  • Certified organic ingredients
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  • Sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan

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