Tulsi Clarity (Formerly Three Tulsi)

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Tulsi Leaf
Flavors
Cinnamon, Citrus, Coffee, Herbaceous, Mint, Pepper, Roasted, Spices, Wood, Herbs, Tulsi, Clove, Spicy
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 g 10 oz / 289 ml

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  • “Happy National Pizza Day! One of my local favorites is a chicken garlic that has lots of veggies and basil on top, so I decided to brew some tulsi (holy basil) as my nightly tisane. This was one of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Pukka Days of Christmas #19 So, Tulsi leaf is a type of Basil sacred for the Hindus…also by trying teas from an advent calender one learns new things! Herbal in a nice way (I´m still getting over...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Day 18 of Sara’s Old Tea! Part 1 of 6? So, for Day 18, Sara gave me: Pukka Tulsi Clarity Pukka Licorice & Cinnamon Trader Joe’s Moroccan Mint Tea (these three are teas I’ve sent her) Tazo...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The brew is surprisingly dark. And it has a strong aroma, very much like European basil, but with even more clove-like notes. Very herbal, basil taste, rich and complex, with long aftertaste and...” Read full tasting note
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From Pukka

In a busy world we often seek space. Tulsi – sacred in its native India – is famed for this. The Rama, Krishna and lemon essences blend to sharpen your senses as these magical herbs combine. Infuse, sip, let the clouds disperse and your wisdom arise.

Every Pukka plastic-free tea bag comes in its own recyclable envelope to retain the essential oils in our organic herbs. Each bag has two chambers, allowing these incredible herbs to flow and release the full potency in your cup. To help the flavours to fully disperse, pour boiling water directly on the bag. Every herb loves the water, so leave them to steep for the perfect brew. And remember to boil just the amount of water you need to make your cuppa as sustainable as it can be.

Ingredients: Tulsi leaf blend (green Rama, purple Krishna, lemon Vana)

Steeping Instructions: Infuse for up to 15 minutes with boiling water.

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4 Tasting Notes

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987 tasting notes

Happy National Pizza Day! One of my local favorites is a chicken garlic that has lots of veggies and basil on top, so I decided to brew some tulsi (holy basil) as my nightly tisane. This was one of the boxes of tea that Todd brought me back from his once-ago trip to Ireland. Thanks, Todd!

This is a blend of the three different varieties of tulsi (my preference!) I am pretty sure I’ve only ever had tulsi in blends, not straight, and it is interesting taking in the aroma as is… the pepperiness I’ve always gotten in the flavor really comes out on the nose, as well as a sharp citrusy scent, and something that smells like a cross between sandlewood and cinnamon, with an herbaceous/woody undertone. The flavor is mostly what I’m used to with tulsi — a little minty, though lacking any sort of cooling menthol, a little citrusy, and a little peppery, though I’m also tasting a slight roasty note here… tastes a little like chicory, though leaning a bit more dry/herbaceous.

Pleasant and relaxing… I will probably also have a cup of Aesthete’s “La Vie en Rose,” which is a tulsi blend with a strong fennel presence, as I just finished a bowl of Minestrone soup with some very fennel-forward sausage! (Mmm, sausage!)

Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus, Coffee, Herbaceous, Mint, Pepper, Roasted, Spices, Wood

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 1 tsp 12 OZ / 350 ML

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Pukka Days of Christmas #19

So, Tulsi leaf is a type of Basil sacred for the Hindus…also by trying teas from an advent calender one learns new things! Herbal in a nice way (I´m still getting over the herbal teas my mother made for me when I complained from anything when I was a kid ;-) ), and I surely enjoyed this brew. I had it steeping quite a while, maybe 12 minutes, and it was no problem.

Flavors: Herbs

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 1 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

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Day 18 of Sara’s Old Tea! Part 1 of 6?

So, for Day 18, Sara gave me:
Pukka Tulsi Clarity
Pukka Licorice & Cinnamon
Trader Joe’s Moroccan Mint Tea
(these three are teas I’ve sent her)
Tazo Glazed Lemon Loaf
Stash Cinnamon Apple
(I think these were both herbals we got on vacation to the Oregon coast)
Simple Truth Organic Mint Blend Herbal Tea
(I don’t recognize this one)

I poured 12 oz of boiling water over the bag and left it in till it cooled off enough for me to drink it. Mmm, there’s that familiar peppery tulsi and some kind of minty note. Simple and tasty. My cat Rory keeps sniffing my mug though. I don’t think I should give him any.

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There’s no catnip in here, only three different varieties of tulsi. I can taste something like chamomile in it too.

Flavors: Mint, Pepper, Tulsi

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Mastress Alita

I brought the Glazed Lemon Loaf to the Oregon Coast and I’m pretty sure you asked for a cup. I didn’t get it on vacation there, I tend to keep that one in my cupboard because I like it a lot, one of my bagged tea favs. I don’t think I had Stash Cinnamon Apple on hand then, which is another of my bagged tea favs… I’ve been drinking that one a ton over the winter though and just finished my box. I normally drink that one double-bagged because we know what a hibiscus fiend I am. :-) I have a big pitcher of the Moroccan Mint in the fridge right now. The Mint Blend is the one that I finally found that “replaced” the one that Trader Joe’s discontinued, it’s my favorite mint tea thus far. And I haven’t tried the Pukka teas yet, but I thought you might want to sample them, I have plenty of bags!

Mastress Alita

Chiya likes to sniff my teacups too… but then, she likes to sniff anything I’m putting in my mouth in hopes it is something she can eat too, hahaha.

Todd

I guess I was trying to see a pattern, LOL. Instead of “let’s see how many bags will fit in this big Advent drawer!”

Mastress Alita

There is a pattern! They are all teabags, and all herbal! (And actually not as old as some of the other teas, hahaha)

Mastress Alita

Oh, I guess the Moroccan Mint isn’t herbal. Okay, I guess your pattern is the correct one.

Todd

I did notice that most are herbal!

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The brew is surprisingly dark.
And it has a strong aroma, very much like European basil, but with even more clove-like notes.
Very herbal, basil taste, rich and complex, with long aftertaste and spicy notes.
I’m pleasantly surprised that the tea made just from one plant (although from three variations of it) can be this interesting. And fortunately Pukka didn’t spoil it with their usually overused licorice and ginger.

Flavors: Clove, Herbs, Spicy, Tulsi

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 2 g 7 OZ / 200 ML

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