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Since 1983, we roast all our coffees to order and blend our own teas.

Passport Coffee & Tea

Tulsi Holy Basil Green

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Passport Coffee & Tea

Tulsi Holy Basil Green


Holy basil, tulasi or tulsi as it is commonly known, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae. Tulsi, Hindu for "The Incomparable One," is native to the India and cultivated throughout the Southeast Asia and Africa. This herb has a long history in eastern medicine with many claimed health benefits. With its fairly strong but not overpowering flavor, you immediately notice freshly-torn herb and spice flavors, rounded out with a smooth finish. Also use in many cooking dishes for it's light spiciness. All our imported teas start with the finest ingredients. We custom blend and infuse our teas by hand.

Tea sold by the weight loose leaf.

For the complete tea brewing guide see our blog. HERE

All our flavored teas are naturally gluten free & do not contain sugar.

Hot Brewing method: Start with 10 oz of fresh water. Use tea portions and brewing temperatures below


  • Green Teas 

      • Amount - 1 - 2  teaspoon
      • Temperature- 170-180 F
      • Time - 2-3  min.                    

    Iced Tea - Double the amount of tea using the chart above. After brewing hot tea, immediately pour over a glass of ice. Add more ice if needed.                       

    Storage - The best way to store tea is at room temperature in an airtight tea canister. Keep tea away from heat, light, air, and moisture.

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