This caffeine-free blend is an international infusion of holy basil (tulsi), citrus, ginger, cardamom, and pink peppercorns. Bright, spicy, and uplifting with an incredibly refreshing aroma. Delicious hot, and makes a sophisticated iced tea.
Traditional Preparation: Measure 1 tsp of loose tea and add to a tea filter or strainer. Steep in 8-12 oz freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Delicious on its own, or lightly sweetened. Enjoy hot, or over ice.
100% natural ingredients:Tulsi Herb, Apple pieces, Orange peels, Green Rooibos, Ginger pieces, Natural Flavour, Rose Pepper, Cardamom, Cinnamon
The Health Benefits of Holy Basil (Tulsi):
Tulsi is a member of a family of herbs called 'adaptogens'. Adaptogens help the body combat both physical and emotional stress
Tulsi is recognized as a natural anti - depressant and anti - anxiety herb in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine
Tulsi, when consumed as a tea, promotes clear thinking, relaxation, and a sense of well - being
Tulsi is high in antioxidants, helping the body combat cellular damage
Tulsi is a powerful digestive herb, helping to reduce discomfort and control stomach acid
Founded in 2012 by certified tea sommelier, member of the Tea Association of Canada, and passionate entrepreneur Jennifer Commins. She travels the world sourcing premium tea leaves from sustainable sources and is fiercely dedicated to celebrating local flavours by sourcing quality ingredients from nearby farms, and by developing unique and special blends inspired by the regions and cities she loves most. Ingredients like Prince Edward County Lavender, Muskoka cranberries, blueberries, and grape skins from Southbrook Vineyards in Niagara. The result: one-of-a-kind premium teas that offer a truly unique and delicious taste of place.
Pluck Tea was thrilled to have been honoured by the international tea community at the 2017 Global Tea Championship with the silver medal for our Verbena Blues tea – a tea with locally grown lemon verbena that changes colour – and that challenges the notion of ‘tea as usual’.
Recognized by the Tea Association of Canada and the US, with the Sustainability Award at the North American Tea Conference in 2018.
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