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Green Tea Tulsi Latte

Whitney Aronoff, Natural Foods Chef
Monday, January 22, 2018

Coffee vs. Tea

I LOVE a coffee latte, but my adrenals and my stomach do not. For this reason, I like to treat my self to tea lattes at home. As a Natural Foods Chef, playing in the kitchen with healthy, quality ingredients is what I love to do.


This latte incorporates nut milk; store-bought or home-made, whichever you prefer! Homemade nut milks are often thicker and richer in flavor. If you prefer to make your own but don't know where to start, follow this Tulsi Rose Almond Milk recipe!

Let's Breakdown the Benefits of this Latte


ORGANIC INDIA's Thrive Wellness Infusion contains three powerful ingredients: Tulsi holy-basil, green tea, and ashwagandha. This infusion is all organic, offers balanced energy, and is a great alternative to coffee.

Green Tea




Latte Time



  1. Add your near-boiling water to a cup with your 2 Thrive Infusion tea bags and brew according to box directions.
  2. Add moring, coconut oil, coconut butter and nut milk to your blender.
  3. Secure the top, and blend on low-medium for about 2 minutes.
  4. Once the tea has steeped sufficiently, add to the mixture and blend for 1 more minute.
  5. Pour into a mug, add sweetener, and enjoy!

About the Author

Whitney Aronoff

Whitney Aronoff is a Natural Foods Chef based in Laguna Beach, California. She graduated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in Communications, and went on to culinary school at The Natural Gourmet Institute in New York. She works as a personal chef and recipe developer, with a focus on healthy, whole foods cooking. You can follow her food and travel adventures on Instagram at @WhitneyAronoff or on her website