Teatulia – Lemongrass Herbal Infusion
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For most of my life I’ve not really been a tea-drinker, but I’ve been drinking more and more recently and I particularly enjoy fruit infusions as I find them very refreshing and they’re a tasty alternative to water.
I was given a sample of Teatulia Lemongrass Herbal Infusion* to try, Teatulia is a range of organic single garden teas grown in a single USDA-certified organic garden in northern Bangladesh.
The Lemongrass tea is made just the same as you would make regular tea, place the teabag in a cup of hot water then leave for 4-5 minutes while the delicate flavours infuse. The teabags are really good quality and they expand nicely to let the contents circulate and release their flavour. Then just remove the teabag and enjoy! I usually add a drop of cold water to mine just so that it’s not too hot and I can start drinking it straight away.
This Lemongrass Herbal Infusion is caffeine-free and has a nice subtle refreshing lemon taste that is just right, it’s not too sweet or too bitter, and it leaves a fresh taste in the mouth once you’ve finished.
The Teatulia Herbal Infusions also come in a range of 4 other flavours – Tulsi, Earl of Bengal, Green Tea and Black Tea.
During the hot weather last week I also had a go at making iced tea with my Lemongrass infusion, you just brew the tea in a cup as normal but then let it cool. Once it’s fully cool gently pour it into a glass and add some ice and a slice of lemon. I drank it sitting in the garden and it tasted uplifting and fresh – a great alternative way to drink any fruit or herbal tea.
I like the fact that the Teatulia teabags are all individually packed, you can easily pop one in your handbag or take them away with you on holiday without the herbs spilling everywhere.
Teatulia Lemongrass Herbal Infusion is available in boxes of 20 individually wrapped sachets, priced at £3.49 each, available from Holland & Barrett.
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