I was sent a pretty voile gift bag containing 4 individual Teatulia organic tea bags to review. There was 1 of each of the following:-
- Tulsi Tea
- Earl Of Bengal
- Green Tea
I am not normally a tea drinker but I loved the Tulsi tea made with hot water and the addition of milk. It had such a delicate and tasty spiciness to it that I didn’t even need to add sugar or sweetener for flavour! Now that is a great bonus as normally if I do drink tea (which is very rarely) I have to add something sweet to it to make it palatable. That is not the case with the Tulsi tea though! 🙂 This reminds me of subtle spiced Chai tea that I have drunk before. I would definitely drink this again and highly recommend it for the flavourful tea that it makes.
The Earl Of Bengal tea was also nice and I found the flavour to be quite mild. This is good as I don’t like a cup of tea to have too strong a tea flavour as I then need to add more sweetener to get it to my taste. I would drink this with milk and I would need to add a little bit of sugar or sweetener to it for my liking. This would be a good tea to drink regularly on a daily basis whereas the Tulsi tea would probably be a bit spicy to drink all the time throughout the day.
I am not a fan of herbal teas and have tried lots of different ones over the year… just in case I found one that I could enjoy. I wasn’t completely taken by the Lemongrass tea as a hot drink but as a cold drink it was very pleasant and with a touch of sugar I could definitely drink this again on a hot summer day. 🙂
I’m afraid the Green Tea wasn’t my ‘cup of tea’! (see what I did there! 🙂 ) It was an unusual taste for me when drunk hot and it was very strong and astringent when cold. I think this is normal for Green Tea though and if you are a fan of Green Tea then I’m sure you’ll love it.
All of the Teatulia teas are organic and they can be bought in boxes of 20 individually wrapped tea bags. I have noted through trying these that the tea bags themselves are very high quality as they prevent all the small tea particles from getting into the water and forming a sediment at the bottom of the cup.
Here is some information about Teatulia that I have gathered from their website:-
Teatulia is named after the region in Northern Bangladesh, Tetulia, where their tea is grown. Teatulia Organic Single Garden teas reflect the pristine and delicate environment from which they hail. The Teatulia Organic Tea Garden sprang forth from virgin land nestling against the Himalayas to the North and the Brahmaputra and Ganges Rivers to the South. Into this perfect tea-growing land, they introduced strong, vibrant saplings, which were planted with care in the new millennium. Since then, the tea plants have been encouraged and nurtured by Mother Nature’s own hand. The result: exquisite, organic teas unlike any you’ve experienced before. Fresh. Clean. Smooth.
Fresher than Fresh. Single-Garden Direct
Teatulia organic tea comes directly to you from their organic tea garden. There is no middle man, no long-term warehouse storage and no waiting around to be put into just the right blend as defined b y a third-party blender. What this means for you is that you get to enjoy some of the freshest certified organic tea in the world, and you know exactly where it came from.
If that isn’t enough, Teatulia tea has the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal, it is USDA certified organic, they use environmentally responsible packaging which is made from compostable materials and it ethical. All you need to know now is where to buy it! This link will lead you to the Stockists page.