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Organic India Review and Giveaway

Organic India Tulsi Tea
You all know how much I love to try new-to-me kinds of tea. It is one of my favorite things to review. I was recently sent a variety of teas and ghee to try from Organic India. 

I chose a variety of caffeine free teas to try from Organic India. While I do drink tea with caffeine, I mostly prefer the caffeine-free varieties so I can drink them whenever I want. These are Tulsi teas and have a lighter flavor that many traditional teas. They are made with Tulsi holy basil which is an herb that is support to have healing properties. 

The first tea that I tried was the raspberry peach. These two fruits are some of my favorite foods so I knew that I would like this tea. Like I said, it is a lightly flavored tea. You can taste the raspberry peach a bit but not as strong as other teas.
Organic India Tulsi Cinnamon Rose Tea
The cinnamon rose was delicious because of how unique it was. It does have a true rose flavor mixed with cinnamon which I really enjoyed. I have been brewing up a cup of each of these teas in the morning before work which I have liked drinking on my commute. 

The teas do have stevia added which makes them a bit sweeter. Another favorite was the red mango tea.

Organic India Ghee
Until this point, I had never tried ghee. It is a 100% organic butter made from grass-fed cows in India. Is is a butter simmered over low heat and the milk solids are removed. It makes a creamy spread that can be used for baking, sauteing and frying. It is a clarified butter. I have been enjoying my eggs fried in it and having a bit on my toast. It is tasty and creamy.

The giveaway will be for two boxes of Organic India Tulsi Tea of the winner's choice to two winners.
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  1. I would love to try the Rama Tulsi Leaf!

  2. I would love to try the Raspberry Peach. Oh, it sounds so yummy!!

  3. I want to try the original Tulsi Tea!


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