Mulberries are plump, berries that have a glossy red, purple or almost inky black colour. When freshly picked they tend to stain your hands and mouth!
How does it taste?
Steeped from a mix of both fruits and leaves, the liquor of the Mulberry tea teases the eye with a lovely light reddish-purple colour. The natural sweetness with a hint of tartness lingers on the tongue and the aroma is exotic, rich and fruity.
Mulberries offer an unusually high source of protein for a fruit, making this a great drink to sip after a workout. Mulberry Tea helps to create a smooth, clear and blemish-free complexion and also reduces blood sugar levels.
WATER: 250ml | TEMPERATURE: 90ºC | TEA: 3 – 4 pieces
Place 2 teaspoons of tea into your cup. Add water into your cup until leaves are fully submerged. Swirl your cup for 5 seconds and discard water. This is called the rinsing process. Add 250ml hot water and allow the tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Add raw honey to taste. Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.
For iced tea, double the amount of tea and allow to steep for at least 5 minutes. Add ice and serve. Long brewing periods will render a bolder flavour. Re-steep 2 more times.