KEIKO Mulberry leaf tea
From the very first sip the infusion of the mulberry leaves creates a pleasant and smooth taste experience, with a mild, subtly sweet and delicate herbal aroma. With a longer brewing time, a heavier, round - almost malty aroma is elicited from the tea. The infusion has a golden-brown colour with olive-greenreflections. The taste, though quite different from green tea is strangely reminiscent of it. It is not for nothing that the powder of ground mulberry leaves is also popular in Japan for caffeine-free "matcha latte". The taste and colour are similar to matcha tea, especially in powder form. This may be because the mulberry leaves are steamed and processed in the same way as Japanese green tea, which also preserves the sensitive ingredients as best as possible. Mulberry leaf tea is remarkably soothing and ideal for a caffeine-free and relaxing treat, even in the evening.
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