Tulsi Sweet Rose Tea and White Mug
This small mug (holds 7 ounces) is no longer white. I took a sharpie to it; in fact many sharpies in multiple colors. It was a fun project and I like how it turned out (before I baked it).
Day 7 (January 17)
I drank this tea hot and with no sweetener.
- What is Tusi tea and why should you drink it? Tulsi is an herb that is native to India. It is reported to have many health benefits. Some of these include the following: cope with stress … promote mental clarity and improve memory … maintain blood sugar levels in the normal range … and boost digestive system health. Here is another article about its health benefits.
- From what I read, tulsi tea is tasty. However this blend was mixed with rose. And I do NOT like rose- flavored or rose-scented things.
- I do not like rose lotion. I do not like rose scented candles. I do not like Turkish Delight. Sorry Edmund. So it’s no surprise that I did not like this tea.
- Not only did my taste buds not like it neither did my stomach as it made me feel nauseous.
Someday I will find a different Tulsi tea to try as I liked what I read about it.
Here’s a photo of my finished cup. A few comments on the Internet said that some of the pens’ ink changed colors. When I write a simple post about my process, I will link it to this post.
Your Turn . . .
- Have you tried and liked tulsi tea?
- Do you like rose-flavored foods and drinks?
- Have you ever taken a sharpie to your crockery?
21 Days of Tea Series
- Sweet & Spicy (cinnamon dominant herbal blend)
- Zen (lemon grass, spearmint, green tea)
- Rainforest Red (red rooibos, hibiscus, chicory root, blackberry leaves, orange peel, ginger root, acai)
- English Breakfast (blend of black teas)
- Earl Grey (blend of black teas, bergamot oil)